The Luther Museum Amsterdam
In the period rooms, where regents and regentesses were in charge of the day-to-day management, the rich art collection tells the story of the Lutheran Congregation in Amsterdam and the Netherlands.
The Luther Museum Amsterdam , the former name was Luther Collection Amsterdam , is a museum that wants to introduce the public to Lutheranism in the Netherlands and Amsterdam, the role of the Wittenberg as an administrative center and the works of the diaconate in the past and present, with a collection of art and historical objects related to Lutheranism. It has been brought together in the regents' rooms of the Wittenberg building, located on the Nieuwe Keizersgracht in Amsterdam. Here, Luther's heritage is managed, exhibited and preserved for the future.
How to visit the Luther Museum with your City Card
To visit this location with your City Card, you can reserve a time slot in advance to ensure your spot or visit the museum without a reservation. Book a time slot via this link , select your time slot and choose the 'I amsterdam City Card' ticket during checkout. Make sure your City Card is valid at the time of your visit.