The Evangelical Church of Emmendingen is located right next to the Margrave Castle. The outstanding late gothic chancel is particularly worth seeing (the roof framework is dated 1475-1476). The church yard served as a cemetery until the end of the 16th century.
On the east side of the castle square a memorial plaque and darker cobble stones marking its outline on the ground remind us of the former synagogue destroyed in 1938. Behind this you will find the Jewish Museum in the former Mikwe (ritual bath).
The Lenz House (Lenzhäuschen) on the lawn of the castle square is Emmendingen’s smallest wedding room.