Lancut Castle is one of the most beautiful aristocratic residences in Poland. It is famous for its excellent interiors and extraordinarily interesting collection of horse-drawn vehicles. The palace complex is surrounded by old, picturesque park in the English style, in which the rising number of pavilions and outbuildings. From the beginning of the castle, there were always the stables and coach houses. Two impressive buildings of Neo-Baroque castle stables and modernist classic elements Coach House were built in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century by the French architect Amanda Bauque and surrounded by a specially established park. Stables have preserved original part for riding horses and Szorownia Halls and Lounge, where is set horse-drawn vehicles belonging to the Museum Collection Coaches. Lancut Museum holds two separate collections of horse-drawn carriages: historical one connected with the Potocki family residence numbering 55 vehicles and a museum, accumulated after World War II and still open, which today counts close to 80 vehicles. These vehicles are luxury, of various types and mixed-use, from the most reputable companies in Vienna, London and Paris such mines. as Marius, Lohner, Labourdette or Rotchild. Although they are not repaired and only subject to the maintenance of conservative even though more than a century, preserved in excellent and original condition. It is the only such museum in the world where next to the main historic residence transformed into a museum is a complex hippiczny with a rich coach house, which faces vehicles used in the mansion.