Goethe Haus & Nationalmuseum
No other individual is as closely associated with Weimar as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who lived in this town from 1775 until his death...
The dramatist Friedrich von Schiller lived in Weimar from 1799 until his early death in 1805. Study up on the man, his family and life...
The Weimar Haus is a history museum for people who hate history museums. Sets, sound and light effects, wax figures and even an...
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Gasthaus zum Weissen Schwan
At this venerable inn, you can fill your tummy with Goethe’s favourite dish, which actually hails from his home town of Frankfurt...
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Goethe Haus information
No other individual is as closely associated with Weimar as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who lived in this town from 1775 until his death in 1832, the last 50 years in what is now the Goethe Haus . This is where he worked, studied, researched and penned Faust and other immortal works. If you're a Goethe fan, you'll get the chills when seeing his study and the bedroom where he died, both preserved in their original state. To get the most from your visit, get the audioguide.