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The history of Luther is presented nicely in this museum-house that Luther's family occupied for some time with many of the publications he authored on display. This is a lovely old building with many interesting things to see even if you are not religiously inclined. Cranach's painting of the ten commandments is worth a visit in itself. For some people - especially devout Lutherans of course - the Lutherhaus will have a meaning and an emotional resonance that it won't have for others.
In particular, people expecting to learn about life in Wittenberg, domestic interiors, etc, in those days won't get much out of it.
The large Ten Commandments painting attrib. Lucas Cranach the Elder, a friend of Luther's in the meeting room on the ground floor is fascinating, and the explanations on the display-stands are excellent.
Even with the lift, there's a fair bit of walking if you want to see it all, so go slowly if you have mobility problems. Our young son wanted so badly to go to Wittenberg to see the Luther sites after studying the protestant reformation. A tour group came up soon after that, I'm sure they were feeling the same way we were! So this was terribly disappointing!
If you have interest in Martin Luther and the history that he created, then this museum is a must see. There are countless displays of his manuscripts, Papal bulls with seals, and old library, paintings and remnants of his house including latrine. I recommend going early as it became crowded very quickly after am. This is a modern museum and an important religious and historical site in Germany.