The palace and the remnants of its estate lie on the south-western outskirts of the city. They are Classicist buildings from the early 19th century. Today it is not so reminiscent of a manor, but it once belonged to two eminent families - the Radziwiłłs and the Czartoryskis. It was also the scene of a romantic story whose plot entwined the occupants of Ciszyca, with the man who would later be German Emperor, Wilhelm I Hohenzollern.
The complex is bordered by a small romantic landscape park with valuable tree species. Over the palace, at the peak of a thickly forested low hill, lie the ruins of a hunting castle from the late 18th century.