Situated in the former residential palace, which was rebuilt in 1789–1803 after a fire, the Schlossmuseum houses works of art dating...
Stadtkirche St Peter und Paul
Popularly known as the Herderkirche after Johann Gottfried Herder, who’s buried inside, this church has a famous altarpiece (1555),...
Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek
The phoenixlike rebirth of Anna Amalia’s precious library following a disastrous fire in 2004 is nothing short of a miracle. The...
The ‘Resi’, one of Weimar’s enduring favourites, is a jack of all trades: everyone should find something to their taste here. The...
Burgplatz 1 · interesting places nearby
Goethe had his first pad after arriving in Weimar in this building, now home to an alt-vibe, artsy hang-out, where the food and wine are organic whenever possible and the upstairs gallery delivers a primer on the local art scene. The owners also rent out a room and a holiday flat (www.goethezimmer.de), both handsomely furnished.