The Zichy palace is the most dominating building on the George Klapka's square in Komárno's downtown. The Zichy lords built it in the second half of the 17th century, originally in baroque style. Later the building was enlarged by two wings and was rebuilt in the classic style. Political changes of the government in 1989 made reconstructions of several historical buildings possible, which were in a catastrophic state. The Zichy palace was also reconstructed with the local government's initiative. There are regular exhibitions of the town's early history held in the renewed Zichy palace's basement.
Through the arched gateway at the Komárno's oldest outdoor baroque statue - the statue of Saint Trinity we can get to the palace's lately designed green front yard. There is a larger backyard behind the single-story building, which can be seen from this well designed statue park.