The Haller family manor is the oldest historic building in Jurczyce. It was built at the turn of the 17th/18th centuries, and in later years twice expanded. Originally the manor was wooden, built in no specific style. It is a low single-floor building with a residential attic. After the Second World War it became the property of the Jagiellonian University. For years it deteriorated, as no renovation effort was taken. In 1997, it was purchased by a private owner - Marian Krawczyk. Now the brick manor house has been renovated, showing its architectural body intact. Next to the manor there is a landscape park of around 5 ha area, set up when the manor was built.