The Museum of Hunting and Riding, which since January 1, 2018 has been a branch of the Royal Baths Museum in Warsaw, operates on the grounds of the Royal Baths in the so-called Kantonist Barracks, built in 1826-1828, and in the Kubicki Stables, dating from 1825-1826. The museum is dedicated to the popularization of knowledge related to the national tradition of hunting and horsemanship, horse breeding on Polish soil, as well as natural history topics.
Visitors can see permanent and temporary exhibitions. In the Kantonist Barracks, the permanent exhibitions feature a Polish hunting saloon from the 19th-20th centuries, forest animals, birds and exotic trophies. The Kubicki Stables, renovated in 2019-2021, houses two permanent exhibitions: Zbigniew Prus-Niewiadomski's Carriage House and the Royal Weaving Manufactory.