Goethes Gartenhaus, Weimar
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Tour the house where Goethe first lived in Weimar, and explore the extensive grounds and gardens he designed at Goethes Gartenhaus. Take the self-guided audio tour of the house, then head to the gardens to see where Goethe wrote many of his famous poems. You'll cross wooden bridges over bubbling brooks and streams, duck under branches and head past flowers to make your way through the gardens. Stop to appreciate statues and the surrounding meadows that served as the writer's getaway. Make Goethes Gartenhaus a centerpiece of your Weimar vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Weimar trip generator.
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wunderschön im Park gelegen und dazu noch geschichtsträchtig, mehr kann man für seinen Geist nicht tunbeautiful park located and still steeped in history, you can do more for his spiritshow original
It is a postcard house and garden on the edge of a beautiful park. Reading other reviews I realize that I should have gone into the house. People were standing outside the house listening to a tour gu... read more »
This small country house is just a ten-minute walk through pleasant woodland from the centre of town. It comes into sight as soon as you cross the river. It is a modest building, consisting of just fi... read more »
Elena Marie MeyerResidential and workplace of Johann Wolfgang of Goethe's from 1776 to 1782 with furnishings from all stages of the life of the poet. The late 16. century little Mountain House was Goethe's first private residence in Weimar. The garden behind the House is divided into a park-like slope area, a clear orchard and vegetable beds and served as a place for social gatherings. Very special atmosphere!show original
Vincent WittWorth a visitshow original
SebastianIf you're in Weimar, you should have seen Goethe's Garden House! The Park, this Garden House is located in the, invites to a walk and a picnic. In the Garden House itself, you get, if you want an audio guide.show original
Frederic StuhldreierThanks to an audio guide, you can explore the Garden House on own fist (!).show original
Diane FuchsA must for anyone visiting Weimar!show original
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