The Garden of John Paul II in Inwałd is located near Wadowice, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska or Kraków – towns and cities that have paved the way of life of the Polish Pope. There is a three-hectare creation depicting the figure of the Pope, St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City and the Basilica of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Wadowice. To create a picture, 20,000 of properly selected plants were needed: trees, shrubs, flowers and tons of stones, gravel and aggregate. Wandering through the alleys of the Garden, whose length is up to 8 km, will allow you to admire the individual elements of the whole painting, but also to see photos showing the gateway to holiness of the Polish Pope, or to learn about the powerful stories of his life. The place has been created for all who want to know the life and gateway to the holiness of the Polish Pope. The garden plays an important role in the development of education and culture. As the “living museum” of John Paul II, it is a source of knowledge and inspiration.