Built between 1883 and 1889, Fort Gorgast is the best preserved outer fort of the former Prussian Küstrin fortress. The fort is surrounded by a three-metre deep and 42 metre-wide moat, and it looks like an old bastion with its log cabin at the front and the gatehouse. The fully functional 90-metre deep artesian well and the war powder magazine with its security system are also worth seeing.
A visit to the fort is a great experience for lovers of historical monuments and nature lovers alike. Rare animals and plants can be observed along the hiking trails, and the landscaped estate is a great place to relax. In addition, many events are hosted in and around the fort.