Baroque manor house in Šarišské Dravce
A unique Renaissance monument of world importance dates from the 17th century. It was rebuilt in a Baroque style and expanded with a classicist north wing in 1794. It has an irregular floor plan; it is single-storey building with a basement. It has two prismatic towers. The manor served the aristocratic Smrečány family. In recent years, it has undergone extensive reconstruction, after which a library with a reading room and a room of folk traditions have been added to its premises. The adjacent forest park provides opportunities for recreation and relaxation. In 1970, it was declared a National Cultural Monument.