An expert in ancient languages, Philipp Melanchthon helped Luther translate the bible into German from Greek and Hebrew, becoming the...
This oak tree marks the spot where, on 10 December 1520, Luther burned the papal bull (a treatise issued by then Pope Leo X ordering his...
Alt-flavoured pub among several interesting venues along Collegienstrasse.
Antipasti, tapas, salads or pasta dishes form the perfect accompaniment to the global wine menu at this modern, upmarket bistro.
Collegienstrasse 54 · interesting places nearby
Even those with no previous interest in the Reformation will likely be fascinated by the state-of-the-art exhibits in the Lutherhaus, the former monastery turned Luther family home, operated as a museum since 1883. Through an engaging mix of accessible narrative, artefacts, famous oil paintings and interactive multimedia stations, you’ll learn about the man, his times and his impact on world history. Highlights include Cranach’s Ten Commandments in the refectory and an original room furnished by Luther in 1535.