The building was constructed at the beginning of the 1700s, by Bishop Ferenc Nesselrode. Upstairs, rising above a multi-storey wine cellar, the Granary Visitor Centre, an information point, provides space for conferences, community events, exhibitions, and art shows.
The primary mission of the Visitor Information Centre, besides providing information to local residents, is the reception of domestic and international tourists, as well as raising their interest in the treasures of the town. A conference room seating 200 people, a smaller session room, a screening room, and a gift shop are situated on its floors above ground. The 18th-century, two-storey underground wine cellar awaits visitors with a winemaking exhibition, a wine tasting experience, and an underground tunnel.
Only those who have purchased a ticket to enter the Episcopal Palace may visit this exhibition, as part of the guided tour.
Monday - Sunday: 9.00 - 18.00
Bonipert Conference Room
Floor space: 275 m2
Floor space: 197+230 m2
Floor space: 300 m2
Number of seats in a theatre arrangement: for 200 people
Number of seats arranged in a U shape: for 60 people
Belon Room - Session room
Number of seats in a theatre arrangement: for 20-25 people
Number of seats arranged in a U shape: for 20-25 people