|Kolodvorska 9, SI-2270 Ormož|
|Phone||386 (0) 2 741 5580|
|Fax||386 (0) 2 741 5589|
|Managed by||Ptuj – Ormož Regional Museum|
|Milica Šavora, Library Head|
|Phone||386 (0) 2 741 5582|
|Nevenka Korpič, Ormož Museum Head|
|Kolodvorska cesta 9, SI-2270 Ormož|
|Phone||386 (0) 2 741 7290|
|Fax||386 (0) 2 741 7280|
Ormož Castle was built by. The oldest part of the castle is the tower. Various noble families owned the property down the centuries, including the Schaumbergs, the Frankopans, the Szekelys, the Pauers, and latterly, the Counts of Wurmbrand.
Visitors to Ormož Castle can explore the former castle dining room with antique motifs, a saloon with a depiction of four continents and other motives, painted by an Austrian painter Alois Gleichenperger in 1810. The Classicist paintings in the castle rank amongst the best in the country. There is also a wedding hall (former knight's hall) with a stucco from the beginning of the 18th century. In the second floor there is an art gallery and two historic exhibitions: Ormož, Developed from Tradition and United in Victory – Ormož between 1980 and 1990 and the War of Independence in Ormož Area.
The castle park is considered one of the most beautiful parks in Slovenia; in it grow an orange tree, a tulip tree, a ginkgo, and other exotic plants. In front of the castle is a memorial avenue devoted to the major figures of Ormož and the surrounding area, including busts of two honorary citizens of Ormož,and .
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