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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. Using our custom trip planner, Stuttgart attractions like Porsche Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Especially the visit to the factory was very nice. Ofcourse the museum was also beautiful. I did the trip to Porsche with my son, he liked it also very much. 
    Especially the visit to the factory was very nice. Ofcourse the museum was also beautiful. I did the trip to Porsche with my son, he liked it also very much.  more »
  • What a great museum, a must see for motoring enthusiasts, especially motorsport fans, the first car I saw on entering the undergound car park was a 936 Le Mans winning car in a public car park great.....  more
    What a great museum, a must see for motoring enthusiasts, especially motorsport fans, the first car I saw on entering the undergound car park was a 936 Le Mans winning car in a public car park great.....  more »
  • In the interest of full disclosure, I have been a Porsche nut for years. I have been a fan of Porsche automobiles for most of my adult life. I find the exterior design to be an alluring mélange of... 
    In the interest of full disclosure, I have been a Porsche nut for years. I have been a fan of Porsche automobiles for most of my adult life. I find the exterior design to be an alluring mélange of...  more »
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  • The building is impressive to see. Selection of the cars is comprehensive and well laid out. Good coverage of Porsche's engineering era and innovations. The descriptions in the audio guide were useful and intriguing. Interactive spots like revving different engines were fun! You should take time to get the most out of it.
  • A small but a very good museum! First of all there is no option to purchase tickets online, you have to buy them at the front desk. As for the museum, the food is very impressive for a cafeteria inside of a museum. Second, it’s a small museum compared to some others but it’s packed with interesting cars and stories. Definitely worth the visit. Car park is 4 euro for 4 hours, not bad!
  • Beautiful museum. The building itself is stunning from the inside and outside. I loved the design. Really great car exhibits and history of Porsche (Ferdinand and Ferry). Huge number of cars (racing and regular). If you are a auto lover, you must go to this museum. Easy to get to from Central station. Train stop is directly outside the Porsche museum. You get a small discount on the entrance ticket for taking the train. Cafe on ground floor for food and drinks. Very friendly staff.
  • If you love Porsche it’s a no-brainer. If you maybe don’t care you’ll at least appreciate the design and ingenuity. The place is immaculate and you are able to walk right up and lean into the cars. The multimedia handsets make it easy in about 7 languages to hear all the history. The restaurant was decent, and the shop was alright. The Porsche Design shop across the street had better looking clothes, but was closed when we were there on a Sunday afternoon. Overall, glad we made the trip.
  • With 9 euro ticket, the entry is 5 euro. Museum is not large, thus 1.5 hours should be enough. You can see many legendary vehicles in a close distance . One Good thing is that the stuff could open the doors for a better look or taking pictures (sitting inside is not allowed). There is a simulation driving upstairs. Worth a visit!

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