In the basement of the small half-timbered building in the immediate vicinity of the destroyed synagogue is the restored, protected Mikve from the middle of the 19th century to visit. On the ground floor is an exhibition on the history of the Israelite community of Emmendingen from 1716 to 1940. The fate of Emmendinger Jews during the Nazi dictatorship is documented.
In addition, the museum shows exhibits on Jewish culture and everyday life. The Jewish festivals in the course of the year are explained in detail. On the upper floor, visitors are offered a reading and seminar room with literature and videos on Judaism and Jewish history.