The Castle’s Landscape Park attracts those, who are sick and tired of large cities' noise and want to feel their connection with nature. Here you can see rocks, trees and river waterfalls, all of them stretched across a large distance.
Only here you can see a dozen of unique kinds of iris, bred and granted to the Park by Igor Khorosh, a Ukrainian plant breeder; pink and white water lilies, English roses, magnolias and also a water-nut, Trapa rossica, enlisted into The Red Book.
The Landscape Park consists of several isles connected by bridges. Guests can sail on boats between these islands, get to Myka River and see its wild life, i.e. beavers, otters, muskrats, minks and storks.
The collection of ancient sculptures of St. Michael made in 17-18th cc guard approaches to the Castle from different directions. They are located in different corners of the Park.
Here you can also see the only monument in Ukraine and in Europe that is standing on river’s surface. This is the monument to Yelisey Pletenecki, the Archimandrite of Kyiv Pechersk Lavra and the founder of the Radomyshl paper mill, on which place the whole historical and cultural complex is situated. The sculpture weights over 4 tons.