Radwanice , ul. Parkowa
The Radwanice park was established at the turn of the 19th century, next to the now gone palace with gardens and a pond. The park is used for educational purposes and for recreation. The most valuable tree specimens are two white poplars of monumental size, growing in the south-eastern part of the park. You can also see, among others, common beech trees, Sawara cypresses, red and English oaks, false acacias and chestnut trees. The fauna includes wild ducks, squirrels, and occasional pheasants. A didactic trail, which begins at the north gate, was designated in the park.