Interior of the Tomar Synagogue features pillars and vaulting.
The synagogue was built in the 15th century by the then thriving Jewish.
Inside, the synagogue is a square-shaped space with three aisles divided by four pillars supporting Gothic vaulting. The capitals have geometric and vegetal motifs. Excavations in a building next to the synagogue uncovered the remnants of a mikveh (ritual bath for women).