This is the palace in which the duchess Anna Amalia lived from 1774, after the residiential palace (today the Schlossmuseum) burned....
The dramatist Friedrich von Schiller (a close friend of Goethe) lived in Weimar from 1799 until his early death in 1805. Study up on the...
Dedicated in 1857, sculptor Ernst Friedrich August Rietschel's bronze statue depicting Goethe and Schiller standing side by side, was...
The grunge factor is high at this student club, which may be just what the doctor ordered as an antidote to highbrow burnout. Monday...
Crêperie du Palais
For a little taste of France, or if you're in the mood for something sweet or something savoury, or something sweet and something...
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Weimar Haus information
The Weimar Haus is a history museum for people who hate history museums. Sets, sound and light effects, wax figures and even an animatronic Goethe accompany you on your 30-minute journey into Thuringia’s past, from prehistory to the Enlightenment. The production values can be comical, but the entertainment factor is inarguably high.