Your Visit


House of the Weimar Republic
Forum for Democracy
Theaterplatz 4
99423 Weimar

Public transport:

  • Goetheplatz stop

  • City and transportation maps are available on the website of Weimar GmbH



  • Hauptpost garage, Gerhard-Hauptmann-Strasse

    (paid parking, five-minute walk)

  • Beethovenplatz underground garage

    (paid parking, seven-minute walk)

  • Atrium underground garage

    (first hour free, then paid, ten-minute walk)

  • Hermann-Brill-Platz garage

    (free parking, approx. 15-minute walk)

Opening hours:

Daily from 09:00 to 19:00


  • 24.12.
  • 25.12.
  • 26.12.
  • 31.12.
  • 01.01.

Full price:

5,00 €

Discounted price:

(students, apprentices, job-seekers, and severely disabled persons upon presentation of a valid ID or equivalent)

Free admission:

Children up to the age of 14 and schoolchildren (upon presentation of a valid ID or equivalent)

Group tours:

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, we cannot offer 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.

Special guided tours:

Special prices apply for special guided tours and foreign language tours. We will be happy to make you an offer.


We do our best to make sure the House of the Weimar Republic is as accessible as possible for people with disabilities. The permanent exhibition, Video Room, and Café & Shop are in a building whose structure can only be modified in conformity with its protection as an historic site. This puts limits on what we can do in terms of accessibility. All areas are on the ground floor and are barrier-free. The door to enter the House from Theaterplatz can only be opened by hand. The patio in the Artists’ Garden is only accessible via a step because one level is higher than the other.