Haus der Geschichte
This gallery is part of the Cranachhöfe complex of courtyards (accessed separately from the main courtyards). It sells ancient-looking...
Lucas Cranach’s old residential and work digs have been rebooted as a beautifully restored cultural complex built around two courtyards...
MS Lutherstadt Wittenberg
Two-hour panoramic river cruises run on the Elbe from March to October. Check with the booking office or website about sailings and how...
If you like your beer and pub grub with a side of local colour, swing by this watering hole presided over by the congenial Willi Witt....
This place – with a cobbled courtyard, indoor brewery and shiny copper vats – thrums with the noise of people having a good time. The...
Lonely Planet review
If you want to catch a glimpse of daily life in the region, especially life beyond the former Iron Curtain, pop by the Haus der Geschichte. The ground floor has a long-running special exhibition on German–Russian relations (many Russian soldiers were stationed in Lutherstadt Wittenberg during the GDR era), and other sections have living rooms, kids’ rooms and kitchens from the GDR era and before. The top floor is dedicated to children’s toys from this same 60-year period.