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Porsche Museum, Stuttgart

(4.3/5 based on 2,800+ reviews on the web)
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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  • We visited the porsche museum while in Stuttgart for the classica Messe. Absolutely worth a visit to learn about the sportscar brand and father and son Porsche.  more »
  • Really great way to spend a few hours for Porsche lovers. Immaculately presented and staff very friendly. On-site parking 4€, excellent wi-fi, great food options. We ate at the Boxenstopp which was ex...  more »
  • Wonderful Museum to design architecture in the heart of the plants. All of the vehicles is beautifully highlighted. Fans of beautiful cars and PORSCHE in particular, you will be filled. The initiation is remarkable.
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  • Very nice to visit. Sujest the use of the audio guide included in the entrance price. Parking is indeed paying but at 4€ I find its not that costly. With the ticket of Porsche you get a 25% discount at the Mercedes-Benz museum. A true walk back in time with the history of Porsche
  • Very nice, spacious setup with plenty to look at and also interact with. Plenty of underground parking available. The shop is on the small side, and very expensive (but I suppose people who buy something here do it knowing there's an uplift because it was bought in the Porsche Museum).
  • Unbeatable powerful cars. Very nice exhibition. My beloved brand wish to get one before I died
  • I would like to be buried here when I die. But seriously this is the centre of the Porsche universe so you have to do this at least once in your life. There is just so much amazing cars and exhibits here it beggars belief. Enjoyed every minute and want to go again.....! BTW the food was good too
  • The museum and factory tour was okay. Our guide was new, but she was knowledgeable of most of the manufacturing process. The tour itself skips a lot of the manufacturing process and mostly focuses on logistics and part storage, engine assembly, and final assembly. The automated robots are cool to watch as they move around the factory.