Main Building Bauhaus University
School of Arts and Crafts, Van-de-Velde-Building
The main building of the university was built between 1904 and 1911 based on plans by Henry van de Velde. As one of the most influential art academies of the early 20th century, this is where the Bauhaus movement was founded in 1919. Today, the building is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Under the supervision of architect Thomas van den Valentyn, the building was completely renovated and almost fully restored to its original condition in 1999.
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.
Regular tours from students and pre booked group tours.
Regular tours from students and pre booked group tours. Tickets at Weimar Tourist-Information and at the Bauhaus-Atelier