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This is where Luther lived for three years in his student days. Having visited the Lutherhaus in Wittenberg, not to mention the two churches there associated with him, plus museums devoted to Lucas Cranach and to Melanchton, and then the Wartburg in Eisenach, I thought...More
I visited the Luther House after the Wartburg and the Bach House, so it turned out to be somewhat of a repeat of many things about the reformation and Luther’s collaboration with Bach. There were some small pieces about his early life and time at...More
They get a lot of material into a small space using creative structuring. Fun sound booths where you can listen to music or speeches. Very interesting section about Luther and the Nazis. The lockers require a coin or a token from the desk which is...More
This is a house that Luther may have lived in as a student. As they point out, no one knew he was going to be famous, so what you are seeing is not his stuff and it isn't even necessarily where he lived. For the...More
This beautiful half timbered house was one of the many homes Luther lived in during his life. It was his student home. It is downtown and parking is difficult. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. The house is full of interactive exhibits and interesting...More
If you are interested in Martin Luther's history, you must visit this museum. It is full of that age spirit. I sure you find a lot of new knowledge in some interactive materials or asking the staff which is very friendly and responsive.