The Beit Midrash in Slonim is an Ashkenazi synagogue probably built around 1881. This Historicist brick synagogue has been transformed into a shop.
The Great Synagogue or simply known as the Slonim Synagogue is a 17th century former synagogue building in a baroque style. It was erected in 1642 as part of the town’s fortification system. In 1881 the synagogue was heavily damaged by a fire. It is now the subject of a restoration project under the Foundation for Jewish Heritage.
St. Elijah's Church is a wooden Orthodox church built in 1861. When the church reopened after decades of closure under the Soviet regime, a belfry portal, completed by an onion-shaped dome, was erected.