Next to the Cathedral is the Episcopal Palace, which is an imposing historical and architectural monument of 18th century Uzhgorod. The plan of the palace is L-shaped, with two octagonal towers at the top. The western facade is decorated with a portico and a stucco coat of arms of Bishop Bachynskyi.
The history of the Episcopal Palace is inseparable from the history of the cathedral. It was established by Bishop Andrij Bachynskyi, whose name is associated with the golden age of the Greek-Catholic diocese and the progress of enlightenment, education and science.

The palace has a Jesuit College and School – the first secondary school in the city and region.