Lovers of art and literature will find no shortage of attractions to visit during their stay in Weimar. Chief among them, but perhaps overshadowed by the more prominent palaces and museums, is Goethe’s Garden House, an attraction marked by historical interest and natural beauty. The house is situated in a beautiful park that shows off the natural beauty of the German countryside in a city that is very developed in many other areas. It was the house that Goethe first lived in after moving in Weimar, and as such, features many artifacts and tokens from his lifestyle.
Visitors can explore the interior of the house, which has been painstakingly restored to the state that it existed in during Goethe’s lifetime. As such, it offers a look at the era’s architecture and a unique glimpse into what life was like in that era, especially for the working artists who are so important to Weimar’s history.
Address: Im Park an der Ilm 99423, Weimar, Germany