Park at the river Ilm
The 58-hectare park is located directly at the river Ilm and on the edge of Weimar's old town and is also known as the "Goethe Park". The park was created between 1778 and 1828 and is thus one of the typical parks of classical Weimar.
In the park itself is Goethe's garden house with garden, which was given to him by Duke Carl August. This was the beginning of the expansion of the site into a park with monuments, park architecture, numerous trees and various plant species.
In addition, Duke Carl August built the Roman House in the park, which you can visit today thanks to extensive restoration work.
The park is open to the public at all times and was included in the UNESCO ensemble "Classical Weimar" in 1998.
More information can be found here.