Martin Luther was born on November 10, 1483 in Eisleben, Germany. It wasn’t long before the citizens of Eisleben created a memorial to Eisleben’s most famous son in the house where he was born: At the end of the 17th century a public museum was opened for Lutheran pilgrims. This means that the house is the oldest memorial site dedicated to a single person in the entire German-speaking world. Today, the exhibitions are housed in the historical building and in the modern building and detail the Reformer’s close relationships with his parents and the entire region. Martin Luther was always aware of his origins.
Exhibition: That’s where I’m from – Martin Luther and Eisleben
Room of the epitaphs
Baptismal font, 1518
The "beautiful Hall"
flat of the Luder-family
Luther’s parents came from Möhra in Thuringia and moved to Mansfeld Land so that his father could find occupational and social advancement in the local mining industry. Eisleben was just an intermediate stop for the young family and they moved on to Mansfeld after the birth of their son Martin.
Plan your visit
Tuesdays - Sundays, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
closed on Mondays
individuel ticket: 5 Euro
discounted admission: 2,50 Euro
groups (10 or more people): 4 Euro p.p.
family ticket**: 10 Euro
combi-ticket Luther's Birth Place + Luther's Death House: 8 Euro p.p. 8
combi-ticket "Mansfelder Land": 10 Euro p.p. (valid in Luther's Birth Place, death house and parents' home)
family-ticket "Mansfelder Land"**: 10 Euro p.p. (valid in Luther's parents' home, Luther's death house and birth place)
Guided Tours in english
guided tours: 45 Euro (all guided tours 10 to 25 people)
curator tours: 75 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), 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.
The combi-tickets are valid on two consecutive days.
How to get here
You can reach Lutherstadt Eisleben via different ways:
via Südharzautobahn A 38 / exit Eisleben
and via federal roads 80 and 180
Central Station Lutherstadt Eisleben
Regional transport on the Halle/Saale-Kassel/Wilhelmshöhe line
There are numerous cycle and hiking paths through Lutherstadt Wittenberg and the Mansfeld region, which connect the Luther sites.