I visited right after they reopened. It was a great trip with lots of different exhibits. My favorite is the Cranach Ten Commandments piece, but the museum includes other pieces of art and many first editions of Luther's works. If you're interested in Luther, you cannot miss this place!
I got the chance to visit Lutherhaus just after it reopened, in time for the 500th Anniversary. The museum gives great detail into Luther's life and the history of Germany/Europe in that time period. One sad detail, in the obvious rush to complete the museum in time, the English translations rarely went well. There were spelling mistakes and miss-translations on... 更多
It was interesting to visit Martin Luther’s house and monastery last year so close to the 500th anniversary of his nailing his 95 theses against indulgences on the door of the All Saints Church (also called Castle Church) on October 31, 1517, thus starting the Reformation. Luther was first to translate the Bible from Hebrew and Greek to German. He... 更多
The actual house was closed for renovation. However the garden was lovely and the audio tour was very helpful. Well worth a visit as part of the overall Wittenberg visit.
We visited the Luther Haus with our tour guide, who provided a lot of insightful information, making the various statues and architectural features stand out. Later I visited the museum, which was interesting, but a bit ordinary.
This site will celebrate 500 years (in 2017) since Luther nailed the edicts to the door of the Cathedral. He and his wife lived here and met with others in their plans for the Reformation. It is an important historic site even if one is not religious. I particularly liked the living room/sitting room with a big ceramic stove in... 更多
We were able to get into the courtyard, but the house interior was being renovated. But we did take the city walk, saw the church inside and other Luther associated buildings.
From a street you walk though a connecting portal of two buildings of where Luther taught to his home. The home is impressive in the style and unique aspects of the door. A statue of his wife stands not far from the door. The history flows from every where around you. I cannot tell you about the interior which was... 更多
Back in 1505, this was an Augustinian monastery. Later it became the home of Martin Luther Today it's the largest reformation museum in the world. There are about 1,000 original exhibits which tell the family life and work and his influence on history. Many exhibits include manuscripts, furniture, coins, medals from the 9 centuries, charts, and the pulpit from which... 更多
Martin Luther's home has been well-taken-care-of and a highlight of the visit is the family's gathering room, which has been preserved from when the Luther family lived there. (Look for Peter the Great's graffiti-ed signature in Cyrillic) The archaeological dig behind the hall is interesting, and on sunny days (it was raining when we were there) there is a little... 更多