Baroque-classical manor house with ground floor side wings - the former aristocratic residence since 1957 it is used for the needs of Zemplin Museum. Its premises are house multiple expositions Premises are supplemented with 19th century park with nearby late Renesainance style old manor house.
Storey hotel Golden Bull gave the period 1905-1906 built by Gabriel Strömpl - one of the richest Michalovce citizens. Its extensive premises contained a pub, a café with a sweetshop, restaurant, large hall, accommodation section, various other rooms, there was a terrace, garages, car service or fuel station.
New building for Michalovce self government was built between 1927 – 1928 according the project of Ľudovít Oelschläger in a place of former private house. Part of the building was rented and firemen watchtower was later turned into clock tower.
Adornment of main square in Michalovce today is a bank building, built in the year 1911. On the ground floor in the past almost continuously housed a bank, other premises occupied the shops, small operations, outpatient clinics, offices and apartments, in the yard was located a small atrium.
The fact that originally it was mainly the bank building, significantly rebuilt around 1912 in the style of Hungarian Art Nouveau, testify architectural elements on the facade the bee hive on the shield and reliefs of Blacksmith and Reaper between the windows. They lived here different banks, library. Today the entire complex houses healthcare providers.
Around 1905,in a place of former bog interesting building grew in the local Art Nouveau style known for its corner square shaped tower. Its name was derived from the original the surname of one of its architects. The building housed a hotel, bank and smaller businesses, and partly also for housing.
This object was built in the second half of the 18th century seat of the Salt office of a century later, that had its Processus office. However, it is known as Court building with its own jail. The appearance of the building has changed. After 1927, when the new wing was attached, it façade was also changed around that time.
„Painter of the people and Sun of Zemplín“ Teodor Jozef Mousson lived and worked in Michalovce between 1911-1944 (staying at various places in the city). In 1931 he moved with his family to Hrádok to the villa (rented by Alexander Sztaray). Over the time he built his studio next to the villa. In the modern era his residence became a seat for observatory.
Top of Hrádok is crowned Neo-Gothic chapel – Sztaray family tomb which is considered a free copy of Gothic chapel Chapel tower holds a bell from 1894 in the tympanum over the entrance shows Sztaray coat of arms dated 1893.