Stuttgart Teehaus

Stuttgart Teehaus


Drinking tea in style

A beautiful relic from the early 20th century – the Stuttgart Teahouse. The Art Nouveau pavilion is a listed building and dates from 1913 when the soap manufacturer Sieglin had the idyllic structure built for his wife’s tea parties. A tennis court was built underneath the Stuttgart Teahouse, which had to be built underneath due to its hillside location. In the substructure is the so-called Marble Hall, which was used by the entrepreneur as a meeting place for gentlemen’s evenings. Due to its picturesque location on a half-height and the accompanying terrace, pond and fountain, the Stuttgart Teahouse is a popular destination. Today, the pavilion houses a restaurant.


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