In the Stuttgart area
The “tea house”, a listed art nouveau-style pavilion, is a beautiful place to visit in all seasons and offers stunning views over Stuttgart.
The building's construction was ordered in 1912-1913 by the washing powder and soap manufacturer Sieglin. The “tea house” was a gift to his wife to allow her to hold tea parties there with her friends. For his own use, he planned a tennis court below the tea rooms, which he had supported by the Marble Hall.
Visitors can enjoy fine cuisine in the “tea house” and concerts by the Stuttgart Saloniker orchestra take place regularly in the Marble Hall.
From the Bopser subway train stop, the Weißenburgpark, home to the tea house and Marble Hall, is around 10 minutes' walk, heading uphill.