Hanušovský Manor is one of the most beautiful Baroque manors in the Prešov Country. Manor creates a two-storey block building with rich stucco windows decorations. The entire property is situated in the park. There is a museum in the manor, and it is open for visitors. There is an archaeological park.
In the city there is also Šóšovský (or Malý) Manor. It is used to organize various events after its renovation. An interesting feature of the city are four railway viaducts, which were built between 1939 and 1943. The biggest of them extends directly by Hanušovce. At the time of its creation, it was one of the largest in Central Europe.