The park, located on Królowej Jadwigi Street in Krakow, was established between 1533-1540. The secretary of King Sigismund I the Old, while building his suburban summer residence, also established a palace garden. Its beautiful location and the renaissance composition of the park aroused general admiration. The old tree stand was destroyed during World War I, and the subsequent residential development reduced the park area. Currently, it is a public park, with a fragment of hornbeam rows preserved. Next to the park, in a given concert bowl, there is a gallery of sculptures and paintings by Bronisław Chromy.