Late Baroque church dedicated to St. John the Baptist, dating back to the second half of the 18th century and designed by Józef Gringenberg. Seven Baroque altars and two sacristies next to the Presbyterium can be found inside the church. In the main altar, the painting of Madonna of Częstochowa can be seen, while on the sliding panel St. John the Baptist is depicted – the parish patron saint.
Until recently, Baranów was a pottery centre recognized as early as in the second half of the 18th century. Already before the First World War, 40 workshops were operating here. Nowadays, the traditions are presented at an exhibition, on display in the Chamber of Traditions located in the Municipal Culture Centre in Baranów, while pottery workshops are held in the near-by school.
The yellow cycling path leads though the area of the Baranów gmina, with its 30 km route going through the protected landscape area “Pradolina Wieprza” (The Wieprz Urstromtal). The Wieprz River basin has naturally preserved its unspoiled, strongly meandering character, accompanied by numerous oxbow lakes and isolated still water bodies.