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Loc­ation / Direct­ions

By car:

Eise­nach is reached very easily from Auto­bahn A4.
Take the exit “Eise­nach-Ost” and follow the signs for “Eise­nach”. Signs for the Luther­haus are posted all over down­town Eise­nach.

Enter the ad­dress “Luther­platz 8, 99817 Eise­nach” in your navig­ation system.

A metered parking lot with a dis­abled park­ing space is locat­ed right in front of the Luther­haus on Luther­platz. Other metered parking is locat­ed right in the vici­nity. The parking garage “Am Markt” is also good to use. It is locat­ed right down­town and has 252 spaces. From there, take a short walk (600 m) across the beauti­ful historic market square right to the Luther­haus.

Enter the ad­dress “Hinter der Mauer 3, 99817 Eise­nach” in your navig­ation system.

By train:

Interstate ICE and IC trains as well as regio­nal trains travel to Eise­nach Central Station every day.

You’ll find a taxi stand and public buses from the Eisen­acher Verkehrs­betriebe (KVG) in front of the train station.
On foot, walk along Bahn­hof­strasse, pass through the medieval Nikolai­tor (Nicholas Gate), spend a moment at the Luther monu­ment on Karls­platz (Charles Square) and then follow Karl­strasse to the Markt (Market) and you’ll see the city’s most beauti­ful historic sites on your way from the train stations to the Luther­haus.
Walking this route will take you approxi­mately 15 min­utes (1000 m).

By tour bus:

Free short-term park­ing (5 – 10 min­utes maxi­mum) for tour groups is locat­ed right at the Luther­haus, thus enabl­ing drivers to drop of guests and pick them up later at a pre­arranged time. Meter­ed parking for buses at Frauen­plan (nine spaces) right in front of the Bach­haus is re­commend­ed for long-term park­ing.
If that is full, there is more bus park­ing on Ufer­strasse (nine spaces).

By bike:

Four of Germany’s most beauti­ful bi­cycle routes inter­sect in Eise­nach.
Regard­less of whether you’re riding your bike along the Werra or follow­ing the historic Thurin­gia Town Chain Cycle Trail, all routes lead to down­town Eise­nach and, thus, to us, too. You’ll find sever­al bike racks at the Luther­haus.

For guests with Limit­ed Mobil­ity:

Our build­ing is largely uni­versally acces­sible.
Metered park­ing for people with dis­abilities is located on Luther­platz right in front of our building.

By plane:

Eisenach is very easy to reach in the center of Ger­many.
Each of the two inter­national air­ports in Frank­furt am Main and Leipzig-Halle is approxi­mately 200 km away from Eise­nach. You can take a train di­rectly from each. Erfurt-Weimar air­port is closest to us; private air­craft can land at Eisen­ach-Kindel com­mercial airport.

Permanent Exhibition

Luther, Cranach, Bach – the new per­manent ex­hi­bition “Luther and die Bible” has a lot to offer, in­cluding historic treas­ures, innova­tive ideas and sur­prising in­sights. Ex­perience a fasci­nating ex­hi­bition in a unique historic setting.

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Visitor Information

Hours:Thanks for stop­ping by! We’d love to see you and we’ll tell you when here. Note that our hours differ in the winter and sum­mer seasons. When­ever you visit us, we’ll be wait­ing for you!


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Guided tours

Un­fortuna­tely, space in the Luther­haus is too tight for “normal” guided tours. That is why we offer a special ser­vice: You’ll see more on a tour guid­ed by a quali­fied “Luther­finder” than you ever would on a normal guid­ed tour – inc­luding the Luther­haus.

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Museum shop

Book store? Museum shop? Church supply? Since all good things come in threes, we offer every­thing from books to cards to souve­nirs in one shop. But that’s not all: Dis­cover our exc­lusive Luther­haus pro­ducts, which you can only get here.

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Tour groups

Since doing some­thing to­gether doubles the fun, the Luther­haus offers in­expen­sive group pro­grams. To make your visit as pleasant as possible, our museum is uni­versally acces­sible and has bus park­ing right at our front door.

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