Johann Wolfgang von Goethe acquired the garden house in the park on the Ilm in 1776.In addition to a redesign of the house, he also created an extensive garden with many paths, dwellings and plants.
Currently (summer 2016 unfortunately closed for renovation work, otherwise the best before opening hours to explore (on the Internet)
Here lived the great German poet for a few years. Unfortunately, there is not much original inventory left. Still worth seeing. The gardens and the park around it alone is worth a visit.
If you follow the Ilmtal Radweg (bicycle path), continuing in the direction of Bad Sulza, you can see the copy of the Goethe summer house there.
Goethe has shown a great taste in the selection of his first residence after moving to Weimar: the cottage is idyllically located on the Ilm
And at Easter there is a search for traditional Easter eggs around Goethe's garden house in Ilmpark
In addition to Goethe's town house you come here the poet very close. It's worth going!
Pure history, that has something! 😉👍