For centuries Feyregg Castle has been a centre of culture and social life.
Feyregg is one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in Upper Austria. The castle is L-shaped with three square towers, the outer tower of which does not rise above the level of the hipped roof of the main building. The other two towers are substantially higher, the anterior tower being on the edge to the right of the two-storey central building. It is four floors high and built on a square base with a double-edged pyramid-shaped roof which ends in a knob. The courtyard has a lawn crisscrossed by gravel paths and is sheltered by a high wall on the two sides that are not flanked by buildings. There are two recessed gates in this wall. The first leads into what used to be the French Park and is today a market garden and the second gate gives access to the former outer ward. The residential building consists of two parts. There is the Palas of the old castle and the newer baroque construction between the Palas, the old tower and the stair tower. The latter hosts the guest rooms and the living rooms as well as the reception rooms of the present owner.