Goethe's Garden House
Bought for Goethe by the Duke, the poet lived here until moving to the house on Frauenplan. A place of refuge for Goethe, after his death it became a shrine for his admirers.
Goethe’s close attachment to the countryside, especially the Ilm valley, is reflected in many of the poems he wrote here, and he often visited the house until shortly before he died. It was in the summerhouse that he crafted famous poems such as ‘Iphigenie’, ‘Egmont’ and ‘Torquato Tasso’.
http://www.weimar.de/en/tourismus/sights/historic-houses/goethes-garden-house/25. May 2013