In 1722–1730, a Bakery was built near the Refectory, which was converted after the closure of the monastery into the premises of the Spiritual Consistory, a body of the diocesan administration and court. Initially, the Bakery house was one-story, and in 1770–1783 the second floor was added. In 1853 the house was rebuilt again. Its interior layout and architectural decor of the facades were changed. As a result of reconstruction, the building lost its original Baroque appearance. Today the Bakery is a rectangular building, stretched along the north-south axis. On the eastern facade is a rustic-decorated risalit of the 19th century. In the 19th century along Volodymyrska Street, on the site of the 18th-century fence, the second (southern) wing of the Consistory was built. Its original (northern) wing was built into the new building with its southern side wall. At present, spacious exhibition halls have been opened in the Bakery.
The Bakery exhibition halls are open for visits every day, except Thursday, from 10.00 to 18.00, ticket office and entrance – until 17.30. On Wednesday, the museum is open from 10.00 to 17.00, ticket office and entrance – until 16.30. From 01.05 to 01.11 – without days off.