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Bachdenkmal statue LEFT: The Bachdenkmal, or Bach Memorial, is in a small park next to the Bachhaus.

Visitor information

Hours. The Bachhaus Eisenach is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, except for Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve (when its hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.)

Admission fees. Ticket prices vary, with discounts for children and families. Children under 6 are free.

For up-to-date information, see the "Opening hours and prices" page at the multilingual Bachhaus Eisenach Web site.

How to reach the Bach House

On foot. The Bachhaus Eisenach is on the Frauenplan, just south of Eisenach's main market square and the Luther House. You can easily walk to the museum from the city center. (Look for the Bachhaus and the Bachdenkmal on the tourist office's free city map.)

Eisenach KVG FahrscheinautomatBy public bus. From the bus station in front of the Hauptbahnhof or main railroad station, take the KVG bus 3, 7, 11, or 13 to Frauenplan. You can purchase tickets from a"Fahrscheinautomat" or ticket-vending machine before boarding the bus, from the driver if there's no machine at your stop, or at the tourist office.

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In this article:
Bachhaus Eisenach - Introduction
Bachhaus visitor information
More Bachhaus photos

Related articles:
Eisenach, Germany
Wartburg Castle
Lutherhaus Eisenach
Steigenberger Hotel Thüringer Hof
Eisenacher Hof Lutherstuben Restaurant

Also see:
Luther Cities

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