Several famous rabbis such as Amram Blum, Feivel Horovitz, Abraham Schwartz and his son Naftali and Winkler Mordehaj can be associated with the history of the building.
This yeshiva had a good reputation throughout the country, and was attended by students even from far away regions. In the early 20th century, the yeshiva students numbered more than one hundred. Many students were invited to be the rabbis of congregations with great tradition.
The building that had been neglected for decades was reconstructed in 2015 and it became the center of Jewish memorials of the Tokaj-Hegyalja region. Now, the Rabbi House hosts a museum, an interactive exhibition area, a cultural center, a research room, guest rooms and an information center. It is the starting point of the Trail of the Wonder Rabbis pilgrimage route.