The landscape park in the Elbe floodplain with its two-storey Baroque castle is always worth a visit. A walk through the estate gardens with its unique location in the Elbe lowlands leads past the moat, ice house, stable and Baroque church.
Rare trees, deciduous trees and fallow trees make the park a varied landscape in the Prignitz district. The ten metre high sandstone obelisk, which gains particular attention through the main axis of the park, is an absolute eye-catcher. The park has been redesigned several times resulting in a unique landscape park being created from the former Renaissance garden, including new groups of trees such as larches, beech trees, acacia trees and sequoia trees.