Chateau Lednice park was first mentioned in the middle of the 16th century. Since then it has gradually changed into a beautiful baroque park. At the end of the 19th century, it partially underwent Classical renovations that culminated in many romantic transformations.
The Thaya River flows through the area, which devides into several canals and ponds. Among them there are islands that are interconnected with bridges. Last modifications were performed in French Neo-Baroque style. Since then, shrubbery has been regularly followed by fountains and ancient statues in the park. There are more than one hundred species of conifers and more than 460 species of deciduous trees.