Fodor's Expert Review Goethehaus und Goethemuseum

Altstadt Museum/Gallery

The house where Germany's most famous poet was born is furnished with many original pieces that belonged to his family, including manuscripts in his own hand. The original house, which was destroyed by Allied bombing, has been carefully rebuilt and restored. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832) studied law and became a member of the bar in Frankfurt, but he was quickly drawn to writing, and in this house he eventually wrote the first version of his masterpiece, Faust. The adjoining museum contains works of art that inspired Goethe (he was an amateur painter) and works associated with his literary contemporaries.

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Grosser Hirschgraben 23–25
Frankfurt, Hesse  60311, Germany

069-138–800

www.goethehaus-frankfurt.de

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Rate Includes: €7, Mon.–Sat. 10–6, Sun. 10–5:30

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