The Garden Guide

Weimar Belvedere

The Schloss Belvedere is a Baroque country house on the,  outskirts of Weimar. It was designed as a pleasure-house (Lustschloss) in 1724-1732 to designed by Johann August Richter and Gottfried Heinrich Krohne for Ernst August, Duke of Saxe-Weimar. The gardens were designed in the (French-influenced) High Baroque style in 1728-1748. After 1811 the outer gardens were adapted to the (English-influenced) Mixed style for Grand Duke Carl Friedrich.
Photograph © Marija Calden
Photograph © Marija Calden

Schloss Belvedere, Weimar-Belvedere, D-99425, Weimar, South East, Germany

All year. Dawn to dusk.

Gardens Free (entrance fee applies to Schloss and Orangerie)

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