The Church of St. Michael ,
The church is the oldest and most valuable monument of art in Mengeš, especially its 15th century Gothic presbytery with remarkable frescoes by Janez of Ljubljana. The older Roman design was reworked in Gothic style, and later in Baroque style. The baptistery and confessional were designed by famous Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik, and are the master's last work.
Monument to author Janez Trdina
The writer was born on 29 May 1830. A municipal holiday is held in Mengeš on that day. Who has not heard of Trdina's 'Tales and Stories of the Gorjanci Hills'? The monument is located near the Church of St. Michael.
Monument to painter Franc Jelovšek ,
The monument to the father of Baroque painting in Carniola is located in front of the Church of St. Michael.
Mengeš Culture Centre
The main part of the Culture Centre is the hall, which in the last ten years has been the host of the Špas teater theatre house. Špas teater shows bring to Mengeš visitors from all over Slovenia.
Fire Station and Mengeš Brass Band House
The house hosts one of the oldest brass bands in Slovenia, which has been active since 1884.
The wellness centre was constructed according to the principles of feng shui. It offers recreation and various wellness services in 5,000 square metres of indoor space. The centre has 12 hotel rooms, a restaurant and a cafe.
Cegvenški pond is an artificial lake near Mengeš. The lake and the grassy clearing by the lake are a nice environment for recreation, while fishing enthusiasts who purchase a licence can enjoy angling.
It is a very nice place for picnics.
The Church of St. Primus and Felician in Loka ,
The nicely renovated church is located in the middle of the plain on the right bank of the Pšata River. The church is a monument of art; it hosts concerts of choir and chamber music.
The castle on the foothills of Rašica was first mentioned in the 14th century. It was built by the Lamberg family. It has had many different owners since then. Today, the nicely refurbished castle houses the Centre for European Perspective. It features one of the most beautiful wedding halls in Slovenia, with frescos by Franc Jelovšek and luxurious tapestries.
Lipce Tree Alley
The beautiful alley of centennial linden trees is planted along the road leading to the notable Church of St. Hermagoras and Fortunatus in Groblje.
The Church of St. Hermagoras and Fortunatus in Groblje .
The church was built in 1526. It was renovated between 1983 and 1987. The church has exceptional acoustics. It hosts important chamber and solo concerts. After the renovation, it was declared a monument of art.
Water collection area with a drinking water pumping station, plague columns and an exceptional view of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps.
The landscape of the Mengeš Field is completely cultivated, with fields planted with various crops stretching all the way to villages and hamlets. Well maintained paths cross the fields.