• Updated 10.09.2018 by Samodzielna Pracownia Historii Medycyny i Farmacji

    The Branicki Palace

    Branicki Palace in Białystok is one of the most beautiful baroque mansions in this part of Europe. Patronage of Jan Klemens Branicki in the eighteenth century led to naming the Bialystok palace the "Polish Versailles".

    The heritage of Jan Klemens Branicki is continued by the Medical University of Bialystok, which is the owner of the residence since 1950. The Palace is the headquaters of the University of Bialystok, which carries out regular repair and maintenance in order to restore the residence to its former splendor. Through various initiatives such as the Night of Museums, Open Days UMB, Podlaski Science and Art Festival, the European Heritage Days as well as organizing the Museum of the History of Medicine and Pharmacy, the Palace is the center of science teaching and is a part of the cultural life of the city.

    We invite you to visit Branicki Palace in Bialystok

    The history of Branicki Palace - headquaters Medical University of Bialystok

    Guided Tours:

    • The Grand Vestibule or The Great Hall, a representative staircase with eighteenth-century sculptures and pillars
    • Terrace overlooking the garden, gallery of Doctors Honoris Causa MUB.
    • MUSEUM OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY MUB - history medicine and pharmacy, located in the eighteenth-century stables

    Tickets available at the Museum of the History of Medicine and Pharmacy MUB
    (in the right wing of the Palace)

    Visiting hours:
    Tuesday-Friday 10:00 - 5:00, Sat - Sun: 9:00 - 5:00
    Ticket prices:
    regular rate - 10,00 pln
    reduced rate - 5,00 pln


    preservation and revitalization of the cultural heritage of the Branicki Palace in Bialystok


    See the Branicki Palace photo gallery