Dedicated in 1857, sculptor Ernst Friedrich August Rietschel's bronze statue depicting Goethe and Schiller standing side by side, was...
This is the palace in which the duchess Anna Amalia lived from 1774, after the residiential palace (today the Schlossmuseum) burned....
The Weimar Haus is a history museum for people who hate history museums. Sets, sound and light effects, wax figures and even an...
The well-loved Kasseturm has been a student club in Weimar since 1962, hosting an assorted bag of parties, concerts, drum workshops, and...
Send your taste buds on a wild ride in this elegant art-nouveau pavilion. How about ostrich fillet with carrot-rocket fettucine followed...
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Bauhaus Museum information
Considering that Weimar is the 1919 birthplace of the influential Bauhaus school of art, design and architecture, this museum is a rather modest affair. A new, representative museum is expected to open in 2018.