House of the Weimar Republic
A living forum for research and education
It took until the 100th anniversary for the first German democracy to be given its own place of remembrance at its founding site, Weimar. The permanent exhibition in the Oberlichtsaal of the former Kunsthalle invites visitors to learn more about the Weimar Republic - from its revolutionary beginnings to its political establishment and consolidation, the everyday life of the people and the new opportunities of the "Golden Twenties" to the crises and challenges the young democracy faced.
Exhibition on the history of the Republic
With a permanent exhibition on the Weimar Republic and a visitor centre, the first part of the central place of remembrance of the first German democracy has been realised.
Women's suffrage, the guarantee of fundamental rights, the separation of church and state, but also coup attempts, mass unemployment and assassinations - the Weimar Republic marks a turning point in German history. Even after 100 years, the enormous tensions of this period have lost none of their relevance. The museum is in a location that could not be more fitting: Opposite the venue of the National Assembly in the German National Theatre in Weimar.
A refuge in the middle of the city of Weimar: the artists' garden at the House of the Weimar Republic. Even before the opening of the central memorial to the first German democracy, the area was a place of encounter and cultural experience. On balmy summer evenings, a varied cultural summer awaits you with readings, concerts and film evenings.
01.04. - 31.10. Monday - Sunday 09.00am - 7.00pm
01.11. - 31.03. Tuesday - Sunday 10.00am - 5.00pm
One-hour tour of the House of the Weimar Republic in German language:
€ 60 (not including price of admission) and € 70 in English.
Tours are provided during opening hours and reservations are required.
Due to room size constraints, ther are no tours to groups of more than 15 people.
In order to secure your preferred tour date and time, we recommend written reservations for groups well in advance – no later than seven days prior to the preferred date. This applies to group visits with or without a tour guide.
Please use the Registration form.