Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) lived in the house for more than forty years. In his time, the garden served a dual purpose as a kitchen garden and as a site on which Goethe conducted his botanical experiments. The garden has been preserved in its layout of the 1820s and been open to the public since 1886.
Frauenplan 1, Weimar, South East, Germany, 99423
All year. Daily except Monday. Open 9am to 6pm (4pm from November to March). Late opening on Saturdays until 7pm from April to September.