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Schillerstr. 16 99423 Weimar, 99423 Weimar, Thuringia Germany
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Weimar by foot with professional guide
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Weimar by foot with professional guide

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Visit the highlights of Weimar on a guided walking tour with a professional guide.<br><br>Learn about the history of this city and see some of UNESCO sites.<br><br>Tour timings are flexible and can be amended depending on availability.
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-erj_rk- wrote a review May 2018
Germany12 contributions2 helpful votes
It's a museum about the history of Weimar during the Middle Ages and with a focus on famous inhabitants such as Goethe, Schiller, Herder, etc. The set-up is excellent, because of the decoration, the tapes and the way it is presented. I mean, your are guided through the museum by tapes explaining key events and the clear sequence of where to go and how much time to spend. We had our two boys (15 & 13 yrs) with us and before they were like typical teenagers ("I don't want this"; " Why do we have to go here"; etc.), but we were all captured and interested in the show from the first minute. Overall it takes about 30 to 45 minutes; perfect.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Response from Detlef L, Inhaber at Weimar Haus
Responded May 15, 2018
Hello erj_rk, thank you for your wonderful evaluation. We are pleased that you and your family enjoyed the Weimar Haus. I hope you had some wonderful days in our historic city. If you visit us again one day, we would be pleased about a visit in the Weimar Haus. Thank you - Your team from Weimar Haus
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WS_55_60 wrote a review Jul 2017
Leuven, Belgium249 contributions37 helpful votes
We did this Weimar experience at the end of the 48 hours of the Weimar Card. As such, it appeared as a short introductory talk of the long history. It's fairly enjoyable, gives an impression, but little high value information. Great experience as a starter I guess...
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Bjorn J wrote a review Oct 2016
17 contributions8 helpful votes
Another great experince to learn about the very rich history of the great city of Weimar. Can only recommend a visit to this near place
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Date of experience: September 2016
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michael w wrote a review Sep 2016
Oslo, Norway155 contributions77 helpful votes
The “Weimar Haus” is a little private museum. A big Goethe-figure stands in one of the main streets, pointing at the entrance and promoting the museum. Touristified in a way that I normally never would go in there. Well, this time it started to rain and we decided to have a look. Lucky us. What a precious little museum this is. By leading you from room to room – all very nicely decorated – it is telling you the story of Weimar from stone age until the classic period. You see pictures, movies and listen to a well-spoken text. If you understand just a bit of German, you will get the benefits out of this, since they have a very good acoustical arrangement. It all takes you about 25 minutes. I must say that I have not seen such thing as this museum before. Weimar is full of fantastic museums, showrooms, theaters, palaces and you name it. All of these are certainly more famous and grandiose than this little one, but I give it all the 5 stars. I really recommend it.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Liz P wrote a review Jul 2016
Leeds, United Kingdom407 contributions160 helpful votes
This attraction setting out the history of Weimar in separate rooms with multi media elements is probably aimed at children. There are "performances" in English. The big snag is that having gone into each room, there is nowhere to sit down which is a real disadvantage if you are getting on in years or just come to the end of a day sightseeing.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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