Luther's Parents' Home

Luther’s home was Mansfeld Land: The future reformer was born in Eisleben, but just a few months later the Luder family moved to Mansfeld. Luther’s parents settled here, bought a house and founded a company.

Luther lived here for the longest out of all his homes, with the exception of his time in Wittenberg. He spent 13 years in Mansfeld - his school years and his youth: Here, he completed his education that set him on a path to academia. He made lifelong friends and his love of music was awakened. Throughout his life Martin Luther always felt like a “child of Mansfeld” and had a close connection with the county.

Luther’s Parents' Home was completely refurbished in 2014 and expanded with a modern museum building. Discover how Martin Luther spent his formative years here and how he maintained a close relationship with Mansfeld throughout his entire life.

links Luthers Elternhaus und im Hintergrund das Museum
frau schaut in Vitrine, archäologische Funde
eine Frau steht vor einer gelben Wand und sieht sich die Büsten von Luther und seiner Frau an
zwei Erwachsene und zwei Kinder erkunden den digitalen Esstisch

Our museum flyer about Luther's parents' home: the classic flyer with all the important information.

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