The Arciducale Park is an Arboretum, which was originally part of the green area annexed to the large villa built by the Archduke Albert of Habsburg around 1872, to spend the winter months in Arco. The Arboretum still preserves some species planted by the Archduke, such as the majestic holm oaks and large specimens of conifers, including the Lawson cypress and the huge sequoia.