It was erected in the second half of the 18th century as the centre of spacious estate owned by baron Kazimir Eszterházy. The castle is a single-storey edifice with the area of 1,700 square metres. It unifies the baroque layout concept typical for the time when it was built. In the centre of the main facade there is a glazed wooden veranda with single-storey outbuildings stretching in the yard. The complex of the castle and park is entered through Secession gate. The castle in Darda belongs to the second category of monuments. During the Homeland War it was devastated and robbed.