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Goethes Gartenhaus

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Recommended by 63 out of 66 hikers


  • Explorer

    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.

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  • Yeti55

    Currently (summer 2016 unfortunately closed for renovation work, otherwise the best before opening hours to explore (on the Internet)

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  • Alf

    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.

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  • Mapf

    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.

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  • Turbo

    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

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  • Waldfee

    And at Easter there is a search for traditional Easter eggs around Goethe's garden house in Ilmpark

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  • Mike

    In addition to Goethe's town house you come here the poet very close. It's worth going!

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  • Wanderkaiser Opilio Martinus I.

    Pure history, that has something! 😉👍

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  • Elevation260 m