There is a house in Jena in which great German poet Friedrich Schiller lived and worked for 10 years. Now it is a museum. The classic German poet taught at the University of Jena. During summer, the poet lived in a house on the street that is now called after him- Schillergäßchen. It was the poet’s summer residence. While living there for several seasons, Schiller often changed rooms and even premises. Depending on financial possibilities, he lived in the main building, the garden house or pastry cook. Here Schiller wrote the Wallenstein, Maria Stuart, Maid of Orleans. The garden has a stone table at which Schiller spent time with Goethe.