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. Using our custom trip planner, Stuttgart attractions like Porsche Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Were in the Museum with his son, and the good that is not allocated to it for the whole day. After the Museum Mercedes and BMV he seemed badly. There is certainly something to look at, but not the magnitude of raschityvpjte:(
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  • We included both the Porche and Mercedes museums into our homeward journey. Porsche information identified Motor home parking. On arrival there were no easily visible signs for mh parking so my husban...  more »
  • When you're a fan... We visit the Museum of course. Beautiful cars and themes that change. Visit before the Mercedes-Benz Museum for those (and they are many) who are the 2.
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  • If you are a fan of Porsche, this is a must see. If you only have time to see one car museum in Stuttgart, go to the Mercedes Museum instead. Don't get me wrong, Porsche Museum is a must see. They just don't have the history or the amount of unicorn cars that MB has on their display. Food wise, Porsche Museum wins, thanks to Christophorus. The best steakhouse in Stuttgart.
  • If you love Porsche cars, you will like this place. It is worth going at least once. You can also test drive a Porsche here. If you have to choose between Mercedes-Benz or Porsche showroom, visit Mercedes-Benz. Porsche museum is smaller and has much lesser historical cars.
  • Beautiful exhibits with autos throughout the ages. This was an unexpected trip, and we were disappointed to find that factory tours have a 4 week wait time, but that's our issue, not Porsche's. When parking in the museum's garage, be sure to take your parking ticket with you to the admissions desk to pay and have your ticket validated for exit. The basic admission grants you entry into the museum, and you're given a little audio player with headphones to hear more about each exhibit by entering the exhibit's number. You'll learn about Porsche's long history and dozens of real models from throughout the ages. Be sure to swing by the maintenance shop on the ground floor by the cafe to see some of the museum's collection being serviced!
  • I did the factory tour rather than the museum. The Museum is closed on Monday but from what I could see from the window it looked really cool. The factory tour was pretty good and the building is amazing. Everyone spoke pretty decent English here. We learned about the history of the factory and how it grew. I thought the tour could be a little more technical, (maybe if I got the German language tour it would have been but I only speak English). We couldn't see the first floor (marring the engine to the chassis) because they had prototypes on that floor. That was the main part I wanted to see. We did get to see a custom chassis built and sold to a racing team. Overall, there is nothing like watching a brand new Porsche rolling off the factory line and driving past you.
  • Great place to visit and enjoyed our time there. I like how they took care of parking knowing that parking can be an issue. Logistics of the museum are great and suitable for a family visit.
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