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Nice memorial to Martin Luther

This old house not only opens up the architecture and living conditions of the time, but there is a... read more

Reviewed 9 December 2016
Ogre1969
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Chevy Chase, Maryland
Worth visiting

An interesting exhibition, that I learnt quite a lot from about Luther's family background. I don't... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2016
Greenshirt33
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Sheffield, United Kingdom
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12 Nov 2017
“Right place - wrong house”
29 Sep 2017
“Very informative”
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Lutherstr. 15, 06295 Lutherstadt Eisleben, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
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Reviewed 13 November 2017

The place is NOT the house where Martin Luther was born - as it burned down more than 300 years ago. It is a small, new museum with some Luther artifacts. Fair entrance fee - especially if you combine with Luthers Sterbehaus a few minutes...More

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Reviewed 29 September 2017

While one learns a great deal about the history of Luther's family through this museum, it is an impressive source of information about the world into which Luther was born. How mining was done and how people lived. Our guide was very helpful.

Thank Godguy
Reviewed 29 August 2017

We were here as part of a Luther and Reformation tour. It was very interesting, with many historic artifacts. I enjoyed the section on the mining industry, I had no idea that this industry powered the region during Luther's life.

Thank Proclaimer1
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

Established in the late 17th century, Luther's birthplace was a spot I wanted to include in my LutherLand tour. Impressed to see the reverse image of his parents based on their famous portrait, to see his musical instrument, and the swan that symbolizes the Jan...More

1  Thank 262DianeV2014
Reviewed 9 December 2016

This old house not only opens up the architecture and living conditions of the time, but there is a lot of Luther's family history on display. This helps you to see Luther as a more complete individual.

Thank Ogre1969
Reviewed 31 August 2016

An interesting exhibition, that I learnt quite a lot from about Luther's family background. I don't believe that the building was the actual one where Luther was born, but a (slightly) later one built on the site.

Thank Greenshirt33
Reviewed 20 May 2015

Действительно интересное место, мне помогло разобраться в хитросплетениях католической и протестантской церквей. Вход - недорогой, так что вперед! Потратьте полчаса и несколько евро чтобы узнать об этом действительно великом реформаторе. Really interesting place, helped me to understand the intricacies of the Catholic and Protestant churches....More

Thank 302bis
Reviewed 17 August 2014

We visited both the birth home and death home of Martin Luther while in Eisleben. Both have been rebuilt but the museums are very interesting and informative. Be sure to stop in the church where Luther was baptized near his birth home--it has been modernized...More

2  Thank razreader2013
Reviewed 6 September 2013

Well......I hate giving this an average, because I think it was just that they're not for me. They both had far more information than I would ever have thought. I enjoyed seeing inside the actual birth house to get a feeling for living in that...More

1  Thank a-travelin-foodie
Reviewed 24 August 2013

Definitely the better of the two sites, the Birth House is an easy walk from the Marktplatz and two blocks from the Peter and Paul Church. In addition to a small gift shop, there is a nice patio/beer garden on site. A combo ticket to...More

1  Thank Sweagle97
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Hi! During the summer time it is open from 10 to 18 dayli. And during the winter time (from November to May) from 10 to 17 except mondays! The regular admission is 4 euros. The exhibition is quite interesting. I'm orthodoxal... More
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