Renovation and Revitalization of the Historical Park in Lednicke Rovne

Basic information

  • Project Number: CLT01028
  • Project Title: Renovation and Revitalization of the Historical Park in Lednicke Rovne
  • Program: Culture
  • Region of the Project Implementation: Trenčiansky
  • District of the Project Implementation: Púchov
  • Estimated Date of Project Completion: 30.04.2024
  • Project Promoter: Town of Lednické Rovne
  • Website of the project:
  • Status: Active


  • Project Grant Approved: 999 789 €

Information in a nutshell

The historical park in Lednické Rovne with the area of 18.5 ha is situated on the right bank of the Váh River, it has natural – landscape character and it is completed with remains of romantic construction features that can be seen even today. The historical park was built based on English pattern at the end of the 18th century by Earl Johann Gobert Aspremont-Linden and it is situated at the Lednické manor house. The park was built as natural landscape park and, for its undoubted value, it was declared a national cultural landmark in 1963. In 2006, the World Monuments fund in New York put this park to the list of 100 most threatened landmarks in the world.

Project description

The project is focused on the partial restoration of the national cultural monument - a historical park and museum, which is located in the area of the manor house in Lednické Rovne. The implementation of the project will renew and reconstruct a part of the road network of sidewalks, a hypodrome (riding meadow), a new entrance gate to the park, the felling of trees and the planting of 220 new trees. At the same time, new furniture will be installed and three rest areas will be created. Renewed will be also the interior of the glass museum and gallery. Within the glass symposium in cooperation with the Slovak partner Rona, a.s. and the Norwegian partner S12 Galleri og Verksted, a glass work of art will be created, which will be installed in the hypodrome area after completion. After the reconstruction works, cultural and social events will be held in the park and museum, such as exhibitions of glass and ceramics, Day of Local Products and Crafts, Day of Jewish and Roma Culture, Weekend of Open Parks and Gardens, Fairytale Park, or Liberation Run.