Tour Groups

Lutherhouse in Eisenach - the idyllic court­yard

The new Luther­haus is wait­ing for your group!
We offer three fascina­ting pro­grams for your visit:

1. Visit the ex­hib­itions at a low group rate (since it is designed to be self-ex­plana­tory, the per­ma­nent ex­hi­bi­tion is offered without any guided tour; guided tours are offered for special ex­hi­bi­tions).
2. The the­ma­tic guided tour “In Luther’s Foots­teps” through Eise­nach also includes a visit to the Luther­haus (plus the price of ad­mis­sion).
3. Attend our cultu­ral edu­cation offer­ing (“School in Luther’s Day” and our creative “Work­shop”).

Please re­gister your group no later than seven days be­fore your visit to Luther­haus Eise­nach and no later than four­teen days in ad­vance for any of our cultu­ral edu­cation courses.

You may also come with your group during museum hours with­out having re­gistered but you may have to wait. Re­gistered groups are always given priority. Last ad­mis­sion for groups is at 4:30 p.m.

Be a­ware that third-party guid­ed tours or activi­ties re­sembling tours are not per­mitted in the Luther­haus. For de­tailed infor­ma­tion on the rules of a visit to the museum and our terms and con­di­tions, see our “All­gemeine Geschäfts­bedingungen” (stand­ard terms and con­ditions) and our Mu­seum Rules. A PDF docu­ment with im­por­tant tips and infor­mation can be down­loaded here in prepa­ra­tion for your visit to the Luther­haus.

Our Ser­vice for Groups:

Along with the museum shop, you will also find a coat check, rest­rooms and lockers in the foyer. Cold and hot bever­ages can be purch­ased from the ven­ding machines in the lobby. A ven­ding machine with sweet and salty snacks and hot soup is on hand if you get hungry bet­ween meals. What is more, you are en­ti­tled to use our WLAN for free for thirty minutes when visiting the Luther­haus.

Our build­ing is largely universally acces­sible. A tour bus drop off/pick up zone is locat­ed direct­ly next to the Luther­haus. Seat­ing for visitors with limit­ed mobil­ity can be found in the ex­hib­itions, the historic court­yard and the museum shop.

Cultu­ral Edu­cation for Groups:

Who­ever wants to learn more about Luther’s day over and above their visit to the museum will find what they’re loo­king for in our edu­cational and hands-on pro­grams.

Learn about teach­ing methods in the waning Middle Ages in “School in Luther’s Day”. This pro­gram is al­ways great fun for groups of adults, too.

Dis­cover histori­cal tech­niques used by crafts­people in our “Work­shop“. Print­ing or writ­ing – how did old masters work? Our museum edu­cation staff will teach you histori­cal tech­niques.

You must re­gister in writ­ing for this pro­gram. Please re­gister no later than two weeks be­fore the date on which you de­sire to attend.

Edu­cation

School in Luther’s Day
Dur­ation: 60 minutes
Groups of 10 to 20
Ages 8 and up
Fee: € 90 for adult groups
Fee: € 70 for school groups


Work­shop
Dur­ation: 60 minutes
Groups of 10 to 24
Ages 5 and up
Fee: € 90 for adult groups
Fee: € 70 for school groups

Visitor Information

The Luther­haus Eise­nach is one of the oldest and love­liest half-timbered houses in Thurin­gia and one of the most impor­tant tourist attrac­tions in Eise­nach, Martin Luther’s “be­loved city”. Wel­come!

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The Reopening

The Luthe­rhaus Eise­nach is under­going re­novation and ex­pansion. On Septem­ber 26, 2015 the new museum will re­open. During the con­struction works, we have re­located to the histo­rical Creutz­nacher-Haus. Here you will find our ex­hi­bition, book shop and guided tours. We look for­ward to wel­coming you!

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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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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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