Račji Dvor Manor
The manorhouse complex consists of four two-story non-connected buildings enclosing a central courtyard. The pediment of the facade of the main building bears the arms of the Admonts and the date "1778." The facades of the lesser buildings are more modest. The inner courtyard was once faced with arched arcades, since walled over.
The manor is first mentioned in 1284. It was rebuilt in 1414-16, and extensively altered during the 17th and 18th centuries. The east building is the oldest, dating from the 17th century. The 1733-34 rebuilding saw the southern (now main) wing enlarged. Between 1776-78 the western (housekeeping) wing was added, the facades altered to their current form and the inner arcades filled in. The Northern wing was added in 1864.
Račji Dvor Open-Air Museum 
An open-air museum lies on a plain directly adjacent to the manor and below a series of hills covered with abandoned vineyards. The museum's central building is surrounded by examples of typical architecture from the neighboring areas of Dravsko polje, Haloze, Slovenske gorice, Pohorje and Kozjak. The complex is surrounded by heirloom orchards, gardens, pastures and fields.
- Decree on declaration of Račji dvor manbor as a cultural monoment of national significance
- Dvorec Račji dvor (topographic plans)
- Arhitekturni vodnik (Architectural Guide.org)