The old fruit drying kiln is situated besides the main park road roughly in the middle of the triangle formed by the so-called the Dutch Farm, the Egyptian Cabinet and the Red Mill. The house comes from the 1st half of the 19th century. It is a small brick construction without cellar of a rectangular ground plan with dimensions of 13.5 x 6 m with arched ceilings, a saddle roof with a gable above the center of the façade, of agricultural use originally. The house is situated in the vicinity of the orchard and its location has a unique landscape significance.
The building was hit by floods in 2002 and 2013, when it was flooded up to the roof.
Currently there are two spaces in the building – the kiln’s own space and the space of the fireplace operator. The building was carefuly reconstructed overall. A functional dryer and fireplace were reconstructed. In the middle part, the exposition will be established. Part of this building will serve as a snack shop with an accessory. This reconstruction aimed to return the object to the original appearance.