Luther Museum

Located on Nieuwe Keizergracht in Amsterdam, the Luther Museum in Amsterdam was once a shelter for hundreds of old people and orphans in the then Old Men and Women House of the Evangelical Lutheran Diaconia. The recently opened museum has a rich art collection that tells the story of the Lutheran Congregation in Amsterdam and the Netherlands. The exhibition is on display in the period rooms where former regents and regentesses were in charge of the daily management and running of the house.