A visit from the bauhaus museum weimar

In order to generate interest in the upcoming Bauhaus anniversary, the Klassik Stiftung Weimar will be presenting selected exhibits from its Bauhaus collection at eleven Weimar and Thuringian museums until April 2019.

Visitors will have the chance to preview various Bauhaus works, e.g. Theodor Bogler’s large cookie jar at the Erfurt Angermuseum, an illustration by Johannes Driesch at the Ceramics Museum Bürgel and a vase by Otto Lindig at the Lindenau Museum in Altenburg.

Exhibition venues

The bauhaus museum weimar thanks the following museums for their hospitality...

Goethe-Nationalmuseum
Frauenplan 1
99423 Weimar

Schloss Belvedere
99425 Weimar-Belvedere

Nietzsche-Archiv
Humboldtstraße 36
99425 Weimar

Schiller-Museum
Schillerstraße 12
99423 Weimar

Stadtmuseum Weimar
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 5
99423 Weimar

Lindenau-Museum Altenburg
Gabelentzstraße 5
04600 Altenburg

Keramik-Museum Bürgel
Am Kirchplatz 2
07616 Bürgel

Angermuseum Erfurt
Anger 18
99084 Erfurt

Museum für Angewandte Kunst Gera
Greizer Straße 37
07545 Gera

Herzogliches Museum Gotha
Schlossplatz 1
99867 Gotha

Kunstsammlung Jena
Markt 7
07743 Jena

Price

The price of admission varies depending on the museum.

Opening hours

The opening hours vary depending on the museum.

Contact

Visitor Information
Communication, Public Relations, Marketing
Frauentorstraße 4
99423 Weimar
Telefon: +49 3643 545-400
Fax: +49 3643 545-401
info@klassik-stiftung.de

Projects of the Klassik Stiftung Weimar are funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Free State of Thuringia, represented by the State Chancellery of Thuringia, Department of Culture and the Arts.

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