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Only Takes an Hour

The museum occupies only four small rooms and a balcony overlooking the nave of St. Anna's. We read... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2018
Calgary, Canada
Museum quality exhibit

I felt that this exhibit did an excellent job presenting the events and effects of Luther's public... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2017
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19 Jul 2018
“Only Takes an Hour”
19 Oct 2017
“Museum quality exhibit”
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St. Anna Kirche, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed 20 July 2018

The museum occupies only four small rooms and a balcony overlooking the nave of St. Anna's. We read and looked at everything, and it only took about an hour. There were multi-media and interactive elements, but less than a handful of artefacts. The museum did...More

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Reviewed 19 October 2017

I felt that this exhibit did an excellent job presenting the events and effects of Luther's public stand toward aspects of the Catholic church. It covers historical and political background which contributed to the rapid spread of reformation ideas. Luther was not the first nor...More

1  Thank LucilleG103
Reviewed 5 April 2017

To visit the site of one of the most momentous events in Protestant church history was cause for reflection. Hoping that he could influence the leaders of the church to broaden their perspective on the issue of saving faith, Luther stood his ground, not knowing...More

2  Thank Exhibition_Guy
Reviewed 9 November 2016

Being a Lutheran pastor from the states, I was eager to visit this museum. After a tour of St. Anna Kirche, we went up the stairs and were immediately immersed into Luther's history in this place. They do a great job of explaining what happened...More

1  Thank Julie H
Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

Museum of the meeting with Cajetan and also about the rise of the st anna church which was built by the Carmelites. Very interesting if one has interest it lutherism and reformation.

1  Thank Tobiasm1975M
Reviewed 22 August 2016

I wasn't expecting to find this as interesting as I did. It's an old church tucked away in Augsburg's inner city. There is a fascinating museum about Martin Luther - I'm not religious, but found this museum well worth a visit.

1  Thank 22tangoCanberra
Reviewed 6 June 2016

Very well done free museum on the 1st encounter of Luther with the nuntius of the pope. The setup is from the same age and comes as close to the 16th century as possible.

1  Thank climatepolicy
Reviewed 4 October 2015

This was an interesting piece of history and Lutheran heritage. We didn't spend too long there but it was worth the visit!

1  Thank Alemania28
Reviewed 13 March 2014

Well, history is all around when you visit Augsburg. But Martin Luther's little staircase is a little treasure you shouldn't miss. Get the story of Luther's historical stay in Augsburg, and you will feel the magic of history.

4  Thank Catherine S
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