Salla Manor was first mentioned in 1479. The main building is two-story early Classicist building with Baroque influences; the architect is believed to be J. H. B. Walther.
Manor park has one of the largest number of species in the area. In the centre, you can see remnants of an early regular planned garden (fragments of trimmed linden allées). An interesting feature in Salla manor park, which is under protection, is the oak of the Master of the Order Plettenberg; a wooden sculpture called "Knight of Plettenberg" was created in his memory.