The village is known for many monuments, such as upper manor from the 17th century, now the Female Monastery of St. Joseph. Then the lower manor from the 19th century. The Jewish synagogue from 1848, or the shurch of Saint Nicholas, which was built between 1732 and 1869. You can also visit the newer Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
However, the most important monument is the Evangelical Church of the Holy Trinity from the 13th century. It is the only survived medieval building in the village. From the Romanesque period the walls surrounding the nave, presbytery and towers to the fourth floor, as well as a triumphal arch survived. From the Baroque period, the stucco decoration of facades has survived.
Medieval churches can be found in the surrounding villages Osikov, Koprivnica i Tulčík.