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Bauhaus-Museum Weimar, Weimar

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Bauhaus-Museum Weimar is home to many examples of work by students and teachers of the Bauhaus school. Started in 1919 by Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus style was employed by such artists as Lyonel Feininger, Johannes Itten, Wassily Kandinsky, and Paul Klee. You can see many original works from the school, including paintings, furniture, drawings, and prints. Though some of the furniture may look rather commonplace, the pieces were creative and innovative when they were conceived--and now have become fully integrated into mainstream style. Put Bauhaus-Museum Weimar into our Weimar vacation trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Generally very informative, the history and the development of the Bauhaus as regards. Frightening finds there quite a few exhibits, for some images include works by Lyonel Feininger. At the time, a larger new building for the Museum is built, which is to be completed in 2017. I wonder, however, what should be issued then.
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  • A modest museum that seeks to educate visitors about the emergence in Weimar of the Bauhaus design movement after World War one, with original drawings and artefacts (furniture, domestic items) from t...  more »
  • A rather small museum, which gives a good overview of the time of the Bauhaus in Weimar. However, a new Museum building is planning
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  • Nothing special and quite small one! Ticket should be much cheaper!
  • Quite small with a (fairly large) single room containing all the exhibits
  • Not a lot to see...
  • Nice, informative exhibition. Sufficient space between the plants (is better for the effect). Practical audioguide. My recommendation: Bring time and really look at everything, is very interesting!
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  • A good Museum on the Bauhaus, not too big
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