The castle, built in the style of Late Renaissance, was founded at the turn of the 16th and 17th century by rebuilding a medieval fortress. The current neoclassical appearance is the result of the latest reconstruction carried out by the old Czech noble family of Kinsky, who bought the manor farm estate in 1887. The Lešná manor became the Kinsky family residence. The Kinskys looked after their estate with great care and cultivated the adjacent garden as an English landscape park, home to many rare and exotic shrubs. At the castle you can see a unique stucco ceiling and the original floor in the Baroque style. The historical furniture includes pieces in Baroque, Classical, Empire, Biedermeier and other revival styles of the 19th century, used by the Kinsky family. The most valuable piece in the castle furniture collection is an inlaid 18th century Baroque secretary desk with rich ornamentation. The castle also featureso a unique staircase hand railing with cone-shaped balustrade made of zinc and titanium sheet metal.

You can see the castle interiors as a part of the guided tour. The adjacent park with a botanical garden is an attraction in itself, especially in the spring, when it is full of fragrant flowers in bloom. Families will enjoy our interactive playroom for environmental education. We have interesting exhibitions and events all year round (for more information, click HERE) and our school programmes are very popular  (more HERE).
You can rent space at the castle for public or private events (more HERE), such as weddings (historic rooms) or concerts, conferences, trainings or lectures (Long Hall on the ground floor).