Duke's M. Oginskis manor ensemble
In the central part of the park is the main manor ensemble created of four outsatanding buildings. The ensemble of the manor consists the Neo-Renaissance style palace, Neo-Gotic stud and two outbuildings.
The manor was designed by the German architect Carl Lorenc. It is Neo-Renaissance style manor which was luxuriously equipped and it's interior was decorated by the masters from Warsaw.
The final decorations estimate of the manor was found in the Lithuanian Central State Archives. This estimate displays, that the decoration cost was apromaxitely 50 000 silver rubles. The duke M. Oginskis had about 100 portraits of his family in the manor. Also, he had preciuos artwork collections and extremly valuable library of rare books.
Since 1994 was established Samogitian art museum in the manor. It works up to now. The museum collects and exhibits the creations of Žemaitija artists, also presents the heriatge reflecting the history of manor and Oginskis family.
By the manor on the both sides stands two outbuildings. One of them was dedicated for quests and the other for supervisors of the manor and servents.