The Karl-Marx-House Museum has reopened on 15 May 2020. We welcome back all our visitors.
Please be advised of our new regulations due to corona virus that can be found under “Visitor Information”.
Karl Marx’s birthplace, built around 1727 as a baroque residential home, hosts an exhibition dedicated to the man, the nineteenth century critic of society and capitalism as well as tracing the global legacy of his ideas into the present day. For families, individual visitors, school classes or away days: plan your visit to the Karl-Marx-House. Take part in our guided tours and workshops, explore the house or dwell in the garden.
The museum is open 359 days a year and offers a vast variety of events on contemporary history and current topics, including the foundation of the Weimar Republic, digitalisation, good labour, etc.