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Interesting to see although not much of the furniture is original. However his study with his writingdesk and the bed where he died is original. You will get a good idea of his life and friendship with Goethe . They also show a film about...More
Pity that only a fraction of the original furnishings have been saved and exhibited. Still one can feel the time's mood filled with poetic charm and creativity.
During my visit school groups were also attending, so it was hard to move freely and aspire the...More
On our first visit to Weimar we visited Goethe's lodgings but not Schiller's as these were closed. It was interesting to visit the house and small museum and learn about the famous German author. Would recommend going to the tourist office at the main square...More
The significance of Schiller for the German language, German theatre, and German poetry cannot be overestimated and one can really imagine how he lived and worked here. A very well-designed museum; try to go when there are not too many crowds, the small rooms fill...More