Until the 16th century Raudone was a royal manor. At the end of 16th century Crispin Kirsenstein, who was a son of a Prussian immigrant, built a Renaissance style castle here. Since C. Kirsenstein's grandson became the exchequer and secretary of the Lithuanian Grand Duchy and base himself in Raudone, the castle became prosperous. Later it was rebuilt, destroyed by fire and war.
Nowadays a secondary school is established in the Raudone castle. The 35 m tower is open to visitors.