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Schweine-Museum, Stuttgart

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Explore the fascinating history of the pig at the world's largest swine museum, Schweine-Museum. Located in one of Stuttgart's historic slaughterhouses, the museum features more than 40,000 sculptures, prints, and paintings representing the animal's importance through the ages. Saunter through the museum's 25 themed rooms to admire the vast collection of stuffed pigs or storybook characters and to read anecdotes about the world's favorite barnyard animal. Stop by the museum's restaurant for an enticing variety of homemade pork products and traditional German fare. To visit Schweine-Museum and get the most from your holiday in Stuttgart, create itinerary details personal to you using our Stuttgart travel itinerary maker.
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  • If you are in Stuttgart, be sure to visit this museum. Because we collect piglets-we were very interesting
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  • Its a Swine Toys Museum and nothing much. Might be fun for Kids but not for all. The restaurant is supposed to be good. But we havent tried it 
  • For those who like pigs, but not on the plate, the pig Museum is a true splendour. Kruscht and clutter - all about the pig. So many classrooms are crammed full of all sorts. Of course are also some beads. To find which is but time consuming. Safe for children an experience.
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