Wijchen-Oost: Valendries, Oosterweg and Uilenboom.
Woezik: Veenhof and Saltshof.
Achterlo: Homberg, Heilige Stoel and Kraaijenberg.
Wijchen-West: Blauwe Hof and Aalsburg.
Wijchen-Zuid: Abersland, Diepvoorde, Huissteden, Hoogmeer, De Ververt, De Geer, Elsland, De Weertjes, De Grippen, Zesakkers, Zevendreef, Sluiskamp, Oudelaan, and Kronenland.
Kerkeveld: De Gamert, De Meren, Diemenwei, De Flier, De Lingert.
Streets in most neighbourhoods are numbered instead of named. This is not common practice in the Netherlands, therefore the street numbers are included in the house numbering. E.g. someone living in Abersland, 11th street, house #05 will usually use Abersland 1105 in his address.
Parts of Wijchen Castle (Kasteel Wijchen in Dutch) date from the 14th century, but it took its current Mannerist form in the years 1609–1629. It is surrounded by a moat and used to serve as the town hall. Currently, the town hall is on the other side of the road, while the castle is only used for important meetings.