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Artist Lucas Cranach lived and worked in the Cranachhaus on the Market (today the building houses a commercial art gallery). To see examples of his work, visit the church of St. Peter and Paul, where Cranach painted the triptych altarpiece, or the three galleries dedicated to him in the Schloss Museum. Also stop at Schiller's house and Liszt's neoclassical lodge in the park.

If you plan to visit a number of museums, it's worth buying a Sammelkarte (a booklet of tickets that gives you access to most of them, not including the Bauhaus, Schloss or Neues Museum, the modern art collection) from the Kasse by the Goethehaus.

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Wittumspalais, Weimar

For a grander take on domestic interiors, head for Wittumspalais, home of the Duchess Anna Amalia, whose salon played an important part in the intellectual life...more

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Schlossmuseum, Weimar

This three-floor museum houses European art from the Reformation through the 20th century. Highlights include the paintings by Lucas Cranach on the first floor,...more

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Schillerhaus, Weimar

From 1802 to 1805, Friedrich von Schiller spent his last years in this much-photographed house. His last works, including Wilhelm Tell, were written here, and...more

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Goethe's Homes, Weimar

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's home from 1782 to 1832 (located at Frauenplan 1) is Weimar's premier tourist attraction. The nobleman's former home...more

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Buchenwald, Weimar

Only a few bone-chilling remnants are left of this concentration camp, where 250,000 people suffered and 56,000 died between 1937 and 1945. From 1945 to 1950,...more

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