Topoľčianky - manor hause and castle
- The area originally featured a Gothic-style water castle and later a Renaissance fortress. In the past, the castle was used as a summer residence of the Habsburg royal house. After WWI, it also served as a summer residence of Czechoslovak presidents. It was at that time that the castle's three Renaissance-style wings underwent their latest thorough reconstruction. The Classicist tract was gradually turned into a museum. Today visitors can admire the library with more than 14,000 volumes, one of the few fully conserved Castle libraries in Slovakia.