Situated in the former residential palace, which was rebuilt in 1789–1803 after a fire, the Schlossmuseum houses works of art dating...
From 1776 to 1782 Goethe lived in this house, a cottage given to him by Carl August in order to lure him to Weimar.
Haus am Horn
Weimar’s only truly Bauhaus building. Today, it’s used for exhibitions and events.
The Deutsches Nationaltheatre and others perform in this former tram depot, which also has a cinema, live music, cultural events and an...
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...
Hauptstrasse 14 · interesting places nearby
Schloss Tiefurt information
Originally, this (relatively) small house from 1800 was leased to the tennant who ran the estate of the duchess Anna Amalia, but Anna took it over and turned it into her ‘temple of the muses’. The period rooms give you an impression of the age and her intellectual round-table gatherings where Goethe, Schiller and Herder were regulars. Bus 3 from Goetheplatz goes out here.