Luther House

The Luther House was the main place where the Reformer lived and worked for over 35 years. Originally built as an Augustinian monastery, Martin Luther called it home from 1508 - first as a monk and then later with his family. This was where he made his “reformatory discovery,” gave lectures to students from across Europe and penned his writings that changed the world.

Today, the Luther House is the largest museum for the history of the Reformation worldwide. It was opened in 1883. The Luther Room is still largely in its original condition and many visitors from across the world are transported back to the time of Luther.

Exhibition: Martin Luther. Life - Work - Impact

Luther Room

Luther Room

Large Hall

Large Hall

Model of the town of Wittenberg

Model of the town of Wittenberg

Plan your visit

Opening Hours

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individuel ticket: 8 Euro
discounted admission: 6 Euro
groups (10 or more people): 6 Euro p.p.
family ticket**: 14 Euro
combi-ticket (Luther house + Melanchthon house): 10 Euro
combi-family-ticket** (Luther house + Melanchthon house): 25 Euro

Guided Tours in english

guided tours: 60 Euro (all guided tours 10 to 25 people)

curator tours: 90 Euro (all guided tours 10 to 25 people)

* General Ticket Information

* Discounts for children over 6 years old, young people, apprentices, students and participants in voluntary services up to 27 years old, those receiving social aid (excluding senior citizens), single ticket holder of Asisi Panorama "Wittenberg 1517", ADAC-Clubmember, owner of an adventage card of Brigitte.

** The family ticket is valid for two guardians (parents/grandparents/guardians) and their children.

Admission is free for children under 6 years old, companion of disabled persons with B in their identity card, holder of an ICOM card, holder of the World Heritage Card.

The combi-tickets are valid on two consecutive days.

How to get here

You can reach Lutherstadt Wittenberg via different ways:

By car/bus:
via A9 Berlin-Munich / from Berlin: Exit Klein Marzehns, from Munich: exit Coswig
and via federal roads 2, 107 and 187

By train:
Central station Lutherstadt wittenberg
Hamburg-Munich ICE route and regional traffic

By bike:
There are numerous cycle and hiking paths through Lutherstadt Wittenberg and the Mansfeld region, which connect the Luther sites.

Luther house, 1917

History & Background Info

Learn more about the exhibition and the architectural history of the Luther House.

illustration of Melanchthon house

Melanchthon house

Only a few steps away is the "Melanchthon house".

illustration of Luther's Birth Place

Luther's Birth Place

In Eisleben is Luther's Birth Place with a great exhibition.