The historically preserved half-timbered cemetery church from the second half of the 16th century and its surrounding area have undergone extensive renovations in the past five years. Thanks to these changes, the complex has transformed into a pleasant oasis in the middle of the city, radiating the charm of history, comfort and interesting discovery. Additionally, there is plenty of entertainment and experiences for the whole family.

Visitors can explore a lapidarium with historical stone and wooden artifacts (crosses, tombstones, parts of portals, and sculptures) as well as partially restored original architecture (floors, roofs, galleries, benches, and more) inside the church. The church can be visited during May and June only on weekends, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. During the summer holidays, it will be open every day except Monday.

The historic structure is surrounded on all sides by a newly revitalized park with rich shrub and herb plantings, providing visitors a pleasant retreat amid a flood of flowers and scents. Nectar-producing plants also offer food for pollinators and, consequently for their predators, such as songbirds. Trees felled during the renovations have been repurposed as beetle habitats, creating a habitat for beneficial insects associated with decaying wood.

Part of the park, freely accessible every day except Monday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM, includes a new nature trail with accurately rendered models of the most common local insect species and interesting information about them. The trail connects the church area with its immediate surroundings, creating a larger complex that, in addition to educational stops, offers entertainment, social, spiritual and cultural-aesthetic experiences.

Museum of Moravian Wallachia Region as the administrator of the complex, utilizes the nature trail as part of its educational activities, including educational programs for schools and various workshops. Events for the general public also take place in the park and inside the church. Further information about them can be found HERE