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Porsche Museum, Stuttgart

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A sports car lover's heaven, Porsche Museum features many rare vehicles and historic models. Opened in 1976, the 5,600 sq m (60,278 sq ft) site was designed specifically to showcase the vehicles in 80 different exhibits. The museum is just outside the famed carmaker's world headquarters. If you want to combine your museum visit with a factory tour, be sure to contact the site in advance by phone or e-mail. Plan to see Porsche Museum and other attractions that appeal to you using our Stuttgart tour planner.
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Stuttgart's city center offers a number of lodging options near major sites, but consider areas just outside the center for better deals. For example, Stuttgart-West is within walking distance from the center and boasts its fair share of cafes, restaurants, markets, and theaters. Two more areas, Stuttgart-Ost and Stuttgart-Süd, are also centrally located and full of local character.
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  • This museum spans the history of porsche and has many cars from all decades on display. It is definitely a great place to visit, alongside the famous mercedes museum (which is quite larger and has a l...  more »
  • We have been there in May during our stay in Stuttgart. Even for me - that is not that into cars - it was amazing. The cars and the story about the Porsche family is fascinating, the architecture of t...  more »
  • This is a must tour of the Museum . All in order of year. Very clean, proudly looked after as you would expect. Well presented and easy to get around. Well informed staff .  more »
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  • If you are a car crazy kind of person, you'll love this museum. An impressive array of excellent classic, racing and road cars, all in excellent condition are arrayed in an architecturally impressive building. Probably the best of the car museums in Germany if you love your cars. Onsite cafe was decent, plenty of parking underneath and you can see the workshop restoring old cars during the week. Highly recommended.
  • It's a great experience in my trip in Stuttgart. You can get close as you can the latest Porsche cars, event try a driving as well. But the museum is best impression. The Porsche history and it's state of the art technology tell the visitor why Porsche cars are always the best.
  • Superbly crafted as their every car would have been since 100+ years. I am not the biggest fan of Porsche till now but this visit made me. So one can understand how good it would have been.
  • Porsche have a lot of interesting cars and they've put a selection in an amazing building that is designed especially for visitors to see them. There is excellent access to most of the cars allowing you to walk right up to them, even the rare race cars. The building itself is amazing and it slopes up in a spiral making it an easy walk to the top.
  • Quality museum as you'd expect. Logical travel through the Porsche timeline. Audio guide well worth taking especially as it's included in the ticket price.