You can visit Villa Decius during open events (for details, see the Calendar) or after you have arranged a visit.
Outside open days, Villa Decius can be visited with a guide by groups after the visit has been arranged (Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.), depending on the palace availability.
Villa Decius is the most beautiful Renaissance palace, surrounded by a park, in Poland. The historical compound comprises also two outbuildings. In spring 1998, following a major restoration, a Villa outbuilding, named Łaski House after a friend of Justus Decius, was opened. The second outbuilding, with an eye-catching architectural form, is called Erasmus House. It was erected in 2000 with the financial support of the Foundation for Polish-German Co-operation and the City of Krakow. The Decius Park houses a gallery of sculptures by Bronisław Chromy, who has made numerous sculptures and monuments, including e.g. the Wawel Dragon or the Monument to the Polish Airmen fallen on all the fronts of World War II in Krakow.