The area of the Leiser Berge, the demonstration farm in Simon Field and the basement alley of Falkenstein are collectively referred to as "Nature Park Leiser Berge," put under protection. All the mentioned areas are located in Lower Austria. The nature park is on the demonstration farm, which has specific opening times, freely accessible. The total area is approximately 4000 acres.
The peculiarity of the nature park is the steppe-like grasslands that are affected by the Süßwasserkalkboden (Kalksubstratsteppe). The lime is very rich in fossils clearly recognizable. Especially in autumn when the fields are plowed, you can also collect rocks as a layman with fossilized shells and ammonites. In the old station building in Ernstbrunn there is a fossil showroom. In the park there are some limestone cliffs.
In the area of the Park was built a lookout tower on Oberleiserberg. On the ground floor of this complex is a showroom that provides information about the 6000 years of settlement history of this place. In the immediate vicinity of the observation tower, the foundations of the stone age and building the foundations of an early medieval church (see picture) marked on the ground. On the mountain there is a bush hut, hut the bush.
In Simonsfeld there a barnyard with old farm animal breeds and a farmers market selling local produce. In addition, the rural life of the last century in the residential buildings of the court is presented with old farming equipment and household items.