The late Gothic parish church of the Holy Trinity situated in Krašić dates back to 1334, and it was reconstructed in the baroque style in the 18th century. Next to its west entrance a steeple was built in 1771. Between 1911 and 1913 the church was extended. Where the old navel was a new spacious church with shrine and navel with high dome above it was built in the opposite direction (north-south).Inside the old shrine there is a Baroque altar with the painting of the Three Holy Kings, and in the new one a marble altar designed by S. Podhorski. Visitors may want to see an Ethno house in Krašić and the Old Mrzljak House. This is where Josipa Mrzljak, the sister of Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac used to live. The house was also a reading-room where local scholars gathered. Majority of exhibits belong to a private collection of Božidar Ćuk.
A kurija (type of traditional wooden country house) of the noble family Medven from 1868 is situated in Medven Draga. Kurija is an example of well preserved rural estate from the 18th and 19th centuries. Not far from it in Čunkova Draga next to the river Kupčina is a mill and farm “Medven” which offers room and board. They’ll serve you domestic meals and drinks (herbs brandy, wine, apple vinegar etc.). To register your stay call ++ 385 1 6270 665 or 6270 347.
The history of Krašić region goes far back. In hamlet Krupače a Hallstatt burial ground was found with artefacts, fibulas, neck lace and bracelet relating to this late Bronze Age culture worth seeing.
In Kostel stands an old Kukuljević’s feudal Kurija with towers, once the meeting place of young Ilyrianists. In Medven Draga you can find a rare specimen of well preserved country estate from the 18th and 19th century.