This small, two-storey baroque castle with a horseshoe-shaped floor plan, built at the end of the 17th century out of sandstone blocks, is now a municipal cultural institution. Exhibitions are held in the main building, which features a spiral staircase carved out of a single tree trunk. A café is located on the ground floor, with a beer garden outside. The annexes are used as storage rooms, for seminars, and, during a summer art symposium, as art studios. One of the annexes, with an associated playground, is being leased to a children’s shop.