Przeworsk Town Hall sits on the eastern flank of the Market Square. The first mention of it dates back to 1473 and the founder was probably Jan of Tarnów. A modest enough building in size, its grand, multi-storey, classicist construction with a high tower is eye-catching. The city prison used to be located in the basement. When the state judiciary was established, a male school was established in the Town Hall building, and in 1902 a female school. Currently, the town hall building houses the City Hall, a tourist information office, and art exhibits in both the basement and observation tower. Visitors can also climb to the top of the tower for views over the town.
On Przeworsk market square you'll also find two monuments - one to King Władysław Jagiełło, erected in 1910 on the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Grunwald, and another to romantic Polish bard Adam Mickiewicz.