The camera view encompasses the south-eastern part of the park. Located in the centre of the image is Kalusznik pond, and there are azaleas along the path leading to the castle. The oldest specimens of azaleas and rhododendrons can be seen along the lime tree alley in the north-eastern part of the park (photos).
The park in Moszna is one of the largest and most valuable in the Opole Province. The historical park has no defined boundaries and includes nearby forests, fields and villages. Only the main axis of the entire park can be characterised as geometrical. On the garden facade side, behind the fountain, there is a lime tree alley which leads to a marble plinth – the remnants of the monument of Hubert von Tiele-Winckler. Along both sides of the alley are 19th century channels, built in the Dutch and French style, and ponds.
On the eastern side of the lime tree alley there is a pond with a beautiful islet. The character of the park creates an atmosphere which encourages long walks and encounters with amazing nature, architecture and art.