The Manuc Bei Complex is a complex of buildings in Hincesti, Moldova that has historical and cultural importance for the Republic of Moldova and the region of Hincesti. The complex is a protected site in the Republic of Moldova, and was approved by Parliament Decision no 1541 on June 22, 1993 as an architectural monument of national importance under Section XIX.
The complex currently sits on 3.21 hectares and consists of 5 buildings which are still preserved, while the original complex consisted of 10 hectares with 10 buildings. Over time and during WWII, the complex has suffered various damages and is in dire need of repairs. Today, only the Hunting Castle is currently operational and it serves as the Cultural and Ethnographic Museum of Hincesti.