In its permanent exhibition the Willy Brandt House Lübeck presents the life and legacy of the Federal Chancellor, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and son of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck. You can explore the 20th century by following his trail through seven rooms, from the Weimar Republic to the reunification of Germany. Besides his biography the exhibition focuses on the topics of democracy, human rights and peace.
The responsible organisation of the Willy Brandt House Lübeck is the Federal Chancellor Willy Brandt Foundation (Berlin). It is thus the third site of learning, after the Buddenbrook House (Heinrich and Thomas Mann Centre) and the Günter Grass House, to be devoted to a Lübeck Nobel laureate.
On these Internet pages you will find information about the house, the tours we offer and the events of the Federal Chancellor Willy Brandt Foundation. We hope that we can awaken your curiosity and your desire to visit our house. Please also visit our download section, which offers more extensive materials for you. For teachers and press representatives there are separate areas offering professional information. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to make use of the possibilities to contact us.