In the copy of the latest inventory of the park in 1994 the various species of trees were listed - linden, oak, maple, ash, Siberian fir, jasmine, lilac, apple orchard and etc. Today, the park needs to be rebuild, treated and renovated. Although the apple orchard has grown old and tired, it still pleases us with the harvest of Papirovka.
On the plan of the estate in 1787, we can find a fountain and a cascade of five ponds. On later maps there are 7, 8 and even 9 ponds. Although ponds have survived, they are still in the poor condition. Now they are being cleaned out and their former borders are being recovered.
In the summer of 2016, when the reclamation and construction work will be completed, we will be able to organize the first tour by thre newly renovated manor. "Weekend tour" will be available for visitors, which includes cultural-educational activities and art recreation workshops.
You can come here with the whole family, with friends, or all alone. Take your camera, brushes and paints - and immerse into the history of the manor, or spend a creative art recreation day off, and maybe just stay in peace and quiet, enjoying the majestic beauty of the landscape.
Our chefs will be ready to please you with a delicious breakfast, cooked using products from neighbor farmers and our ecological farm.