Near the Wąchock railway station, there is a wooden villa, which, before the war, was property of Joel Halper, a Jewish merchant and factory owner. The building dates from the 19th century.

At 5 Kolejowa Street, there are still the remnants of the synagogue to be found today[1.1].

In the interwar period, there was a mikvah located near the synagogue. The water at the bath was drawn from the nearby River Lipianka. Nothing has been preserved of the mikvah until present day.

  • [1.1] The synagogue ruins are located at 5 Kolejowa Street, about 500m away from the Market Square – Major Ponury Square, and about 400 m away from the monastery of the Cistercian Abbey in Wąchock.