A picturesque park situated on the premises of the former grange of the Dominican Order. In the past there were fishponds and a watermill here. During the Swedish Deluge the grange and its developments were burnt and the ponds and stream beds were buried. In later years both the mill and the streams were rebuilt. Nowadays the park has a recreational function – it houses a playground, a pitch and a fountain in the shape of a water wheel which is a direct reference to the turbulent history of the garden. The pond here is a breeding site for mallards.