It's just beside the theatre square. It's a very beautiful building. It opens at 9:30 a.m.
It's opposite the statues of Goethe and Schiller. In 1919, Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus School of Design, which was originally established in Weimar. The establishment of Bauhaus College promoted the modernization movement. Its basic mission was to seek harmony between art and technology and to combine structure with decoration. In 1933, Bauhaus College was closed by the Nazis.
Very good. It's opposite Goethe and Schiller. Sometimes we have to queue up. The fare is 4 euros and the discount ticket is 3 euros. For an architectural idiot like me, it's all about looking at the history of Bauhaus. It is recommended to buy some postcards as a souvenir, slightly expensive, one for two euros. If you study architecture, you can also buy books here.
Don't go to the city if you want to visit it. People who love art must take heart to go to the city.
Weimar represents the tradition of classical culture and is praised as Athens, Germany.
No, I don't know; I'll go once if I have a chance.
It is amazing to think that the most radical school of modern architecture and design was born in the classical towns of Goethe and Schiller. Weimar's Bauhaus Museum is not big, and there are not many things on display, but the context is clear, from which you will find that Naji's central position is more critical than other more famous Bauhaus members.