Prelate House is a residence of the deans of the Collegiate Chapter in Zamość, designed by Bernard Morando at the end of the 16th century.
The exhibition located in the Prelate House presents the phenomenon known in Latin as Fabrica Ecclesiae. It covers the entirety of undertakings related to the construction, furnishing, and operations of the most important church of the Zamość Entailand – the former collegiate church, and since 1992 – the Zamość Cathedral.
The construction is presented in its historical, artistic and technical aspects; it is closely linked with its founder – Jan Zamoyski – Great Hetman and Chancellor of the Republic of Poland, as well as its Italian architect Bernardo Morando.
According to tradition, the architect of Zamość lived and worked in this house, and the city and cathedral which he created are the jewels of European Renaissance.