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Former School of Arts and Crafts

The completion of the renovation work not only marks the return of a unique architectural landmark to Weimar, but also one of the city's most significant UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Situated near the main building of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar the Van-de-Velde building is the place where Walter Gropius founded the State Bauhaus in Weimar in 1919. Its historic significance led UNESCO to formally recognize the art school buildings in Weimar, along with the Haus am Horn, as a World Heritage Site in 1996.

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Ehemalige Kunstgewerbeschule
Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 8
99423 Weimar
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The early Bauhaus

This tour focuses on the lives of some of the Bauhaus masters. It includes a visit to the Bauhaus Museum, the former workshops in what is now the main building of Bauhaus University and other Bauhaus sites.

Bauhaus Walk

Regular tours from students and pre booked group tours.

Van-de-Velde-walk

Regular tours from students and pre booked group tours. Tickets at Weimar Tourist-Information and at the Bauhaus-Atelier


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