Bauhaus Museum
Bauhaus Museum ©Weimar GmbH (Maik Schuck)
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Bauhaus Museum

With over 300 exhibits, the Bauhaus Museum gives an insight into the evolution of the Bauhaus at the very place where it originated, Weimar.

The Bauhaus, established in Weimar in April 1919, remains Germany's most influential and successful cultural export of the 20th century. Many of the pioneering ideas which were conceived by the Bauhaus school had their origins in Weimar. The museum's temporary home, until a permanent location can be found, is the Kulissenhaus.

Opening times:

daily 10am-6pm, closed on Tuesdays

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