The complex comprises the Greek Catholic church dedicated to St. Paraskewa, a free-standing bell tower, erected in the end of the 16th c., and a masonry mortuary from the 19th c.
The whole is surrounded by a stone wall from the mid 19th c. In 1648, the church was decorated with a polychrome. It was renovated in the 3rd quarter of the 18th c., with the bell tower above the women’s gallery being dismantled. Subsequently, it was renovated in 1832 and 1845. After 1947, it was taken over by the State Treasury. Between 1964 and 1966, the complex was again thoroughly renovated. The church in Radruz is one of the most precious wooden churches in Poland and was erected by master carpenters who used the experience of the late Gothic carpentry.