Former monastery church of the Cistercians.
The church of St. Michael is the last evidence of the Cistercian monastery, which was dissolved in the course of the Reformation. The enclosure buildings to the north of the church were probably already destroyed during the 30-year war. The oldest part of St. Michael's is the nave, the lower part of which, with its fieldstones, may still be from the original 13th century building. Parts of the building were added to the side in the 19th century and the tower was erected. The interior of the church is decorated with a wooden beam ceiling, two boxes and an octagonal pulpit, as well as the altar with crucifix from the 15th century.