The rectangular-shaped, hillside building has an asymmetric, arched gable. A stairwell is built into its southwestern face. Its architecture, molding and the outer stairway are similar to the synagogue of Mád.
Today, the synagogue is private property. The new owner saved the ruined building from destruction. After the renovation, it is partly open to visitors. Under the name of Tarcal Gallery, it hosts occasional exhibitions.
Address: 86 Fő utca