Paszkowka Palace is a nineteenth-century Gothic palace of the family Wężyki located in the village Paszkówka, southwest of Krakow. The palace was designed by Felix Księżarski - the famous nineteenth-century Cracow architect. The original one storey building had a varied shape. It had a distinctive octagonal staircase, topped with a crenellation in fomr of a tower. Palace architecture refers to the neo-Gothic style with elements of the so-called English neo-gothic.
The palace survived World War II without damage. Currently the building is used as a hotel.