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Schillerhaus, Weimar

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Famous German poet, philosopher, historian, and playwright Friedrich Schiller lived the final years of his life at Schillerhaus. Admire what remains of the original furnishings, and learn about the style and fashions prevalent in the early 19th century. Spend time soaking up the atmosphere of the building, where Schiller wrote "The Bride of Messina" and "William Tell." In the annex, you'll find a museum dedicated to Schiller's life and works. Audio guides are available in English and German. Make Schillerhaus part of your personalized Weimar itinerary using our Weimar vacation trip planner.
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  • Been very impressed by the simple way of life. Kitchen, not very well heated beds of damals...usw.
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  • Besides Goethe you should pay a visit to the workplace of the second genius, also taking part in a public guided tour where you get also much of the life of Schiller's even is recommended.
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  • A visit to this House of the family Schiller, gives insight into the life of a freely creative artist. Unlike the set at the Court hired Goethe Schiller had for its prosperity hard work and well households. In the House there are some original items of the family Schiller, in particular Schiller's work room is almost completely preserved. The audio guide is very informative and interesting. The level of detail can be selected by the visitor. 1-1.5 hours must schedule for the visit, I mean a good time.
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  • Worth to see and learn about great German author
  • Worth to See ;-) i recommend it ;-)
  • Fascinating trip back in time
  • Here, one must pass if it is in Weimar. :)
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