Visit Concordia Historical Institute’s Current Museum Exhibit
Celebrate the history and heritage of our faith!
Concordia Historical Institute seeks to move Lutheran history forward with artifacts, documents and pictures from its collection. Here you can find information on our current exhibit.
Open weekdays, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, except holidays
Suggested donation of $3 per person
The museum is self-guided
No reservations are required, but groups are encouraged to give advance notice (314-505-7900)
804 Seminary Place
St. Louis, MO 63105
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“Martin, Katharina, Philipp und Friedrich: Historic Images of the Reformers – An Exhibition of Fine Art”
This exhibit features an original woodcut of Frederick the Wise by Albrecht Dürer. Original oil paintings, sculptures, and metal work portraying Katharina von Bora, Philipp Melanchthon, and Martin Luther, fill the remainder of the museum exhibit. The exhibit, originally slated to close July 1, 2022, has been extended until February 18, 2023.
A scavenger hunt, developed by the Rev. Dr. Daniel Harmelink, Concordia Historical Institute Executive Director, is available for those wishing to accept the challenge!
Click here to see the press release for this exhibit