Linhart Square is situated on a promontory above the Sava river and is akin to an open-air museum. There are preserved houses from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. At the viewpoint, at the end of the square, there are wonderful views of the Sava river valley and the Julian Alps.
Linhart Square is named after Anton Tomaž Linhart, who was born in one of the houses in the square. In the square, there is a monument and fountain in memory of Josipina Hočevar and a monument to Cene Avguštin. The square is separated from the administrative part of the town by the former Baroque park with its contemporary iron lamps.