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Weimar Bauhaus Museum

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With its contemporary architecture and multimedia exhibition design, the Weimar Bauhaus Museum not only furnishes a new platform for the treasures of the oldest Bauhaus collection in the world. The new museum building on five levels also links Weimar Bauhaus history with questions of lifestyle in the present and future. As a venue for meetings and frank discussion in a newly developed town district, it provides contemporary perspectives on the ambivalent reception of the Modern movement from its beginnings until today.

Exhibition: "The Bauhaus comes from Weimar"

In the town where the Staatliche Bauhaus was founded, the museum commemorates the early Weimar phase of the 20th century's most important college of art and design. The Weimar Classic Foundation owns the world's oldest Bauhaus collection, started by Walter Gropius as early as 1925. For the collection which meanwhile boasts 13,000 items, the new museum building provides more than 2,200 m² of exhibition space. The tour through eventful years in art and history invites visitors to address the Bauhaus and its roots in the Modern movement around 1900, together with current issues in design, art, architecture and society.

 

Opening hours

Monday: 09.00 - 14.30
Tuesday: 09.00 - 18.00
Wednesday: 09.00 - 18.00
Thursday: 09.00 - 18.00
Friday: 09.00 - 18.00
Saturday: 09.00 - 18.00
Sunday: 09.00 - 18.00

Admission:
adults  € 11 *
reduced price € 7
students (aged 16-20) € 3.50
The opening hours apply until 4 November; as of 5 November, the Bauhaus Museum opens at 10 a.m. (winter opening).
A media guide in German and English is included in the admission charge.
*Bauhaus Card: In 2019, you will also be given the Bauhaus Card upon purchase of an adult ticket for the Weimar Bauhaus Museum at a price of € 11. With this Card, you have free admission to other museums of the Weimar Modern movement and numerous Thuringian attractions. It is valid on the day of admission and the next day.

The new Bauhaus Museum also houses a museum shop, which can be accessed at www.museumshop-weimar.de

Detailed information

  • Guided tours on all Bauhaus topics in Weimar, e.g. Pre-course Classes, Women at the Weimar Bauhaus, Different Bauhaus Workshops
  • Guided tours by appointment! 17th May 2003: Long Night of the Museums

Services

  • Café
  • Language: German, English, French, simple language

Accessibility

Fully accessible for wheelchair users Toilet with restricted access for wheelchair users Assistance for blind and visually impaired persons Assistance for persons hard of hearing

Public disabled parking spaces in theatre courtyard (100 metres away) and in Hummelstrasse (200 metres away). Outside routes easy to navigate over flagstones and small paving stones. Threshold (2 cm) at entrance. The museum is on one level on the ground floor. Info on WC: accessible at right only = 100 cm, depth = 60 cm.

Guide dogs permitted. Mobile induction loop to use with the audio guide. Film shown every 30 minutes. By prior arrangement, guided tours for visually impaired guests during which certain items can be felt.

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Contact information

Klassik Stiftung Weimar

Stéphane-Hessel-Platz 1
99423 Weimar

Telephone: +49 (0) 3643-545400
Telephone: 03643/545402
Fax: +49 (0) 3643-419816

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