Horná and Dolná Mičiná with number of cultural relics is an important turist point in delightfull surroundings. The Renaissance castle in the valley of Dolná Mičiná was built in the second half of the 16th century. The building's history becomes closely connected with the Benický family. The Mičiná travertine quarries, well known for it's mineral springs, were declared a protected natural resource in 1975. In it's close vicinity have been found ceramic fragments from the Late Stone Age.
The Gothic church of St. Matthew from the beggining of the 14th century is located in the neighbouring village Čerín. There are precious murals inside the church, wooden belfry and a stone wall loopholes close to the church.
Nowadays Čerín is well known for it's mineral water source.