The first synagogue in Grodzisk Mazowiecki was erected in the 18th century. In the second half of the next century the first house of worship became run-down, so the Jews of Grodzisk Mazowiecki had to construct a new one. It was built in 1865 where today’s Bohaterów Getta Street and Bałtycka Street converge. It was a wooden building, topped with a gable roof and crowned with the Star of David. In his book "Kościół i parafia w Grodzisku" (The Church and the Parish in Grodzisk) Priest Mikołaj Bojanek claims that “in the synagogue a folding shutter with a white eagle painted on it can be found”. After the ghetto had been closed down, the inhabitants of Grodzisk Mazowiecki dismantled the building of the synagogue. At the times of the People’s Republic of Poland a laundry was opened in this place.