Mercedes Benz Museum, Stuttgart
About Mercedes Benz Museum, Stuttgart
Mercedes Benz Museum, Stuttgart - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Mercedesstraße 100, 70372 Stuttgart, Germany
Ticket Price: 8 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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The museum is pretty confident of its ability to deliver. “You’re allowed to be amazed” says a page on their website. The building looks freaky enough, but hey, you’re here for the cars, and they wont disappoint. The standard line up of EVERYTHING AWESOME is amazing enough, but then they go and have all these special exhibition cars that’ll have you drooling. It’s more than eye candy though. It documents 120 years of automobile history and backs it up beautifully with it’s own exhibits. Visitor simply can’t find a single bad thing to say about this place.
Mercedes Benz Museum Information
- Check out the shop, the restaurant and the café.
- There’s a multi-storey carpark adjacent to the building (paid).
- The audio guide is excellent.
- Guided tours available in English and German.
Mercedes Benz Museum Ticket Prices
- Ticket counter closes at 05:00 pm.
- EUR 4 for 15 – 17, sudents, 60+ and unemployed.
- Free for disabled visitors, below 15, journalist and Birthdays.
How To reach Mercedes Benz Museum by Public Transport
- S-Bahn S1(Neckar Park Station), S2 and S3(Bad Cannstatt).
- Bus line 56.
Restaurants Near Mercedes Benz Museum
- Restaurant and café at the museum.
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This museum is very, very well done. I am by no means into cars and still enjoyed my time here. There are two things my boyfriend and I agreed upon as room for improvement. 1. Having more information on the merger between the two companies and why they chose the name Mercedes-Benz. I was able to google when we got back to the hotel and find the answer, but for such a significant part of the company’s history we thought there would be more info. Yes, we backtracked to make sure we didn’t miss more than the one sign. 2. Our souvenir purchases have been small items that easily pack in a suitcase. The selection of refrigerator magnets leaves a lot to be desired, four options total. Additionally for a country that is very into Christmas we expected to buy an ornament to put on our tree this year. No such luck, not even one option. We ended up not purchasing anything from the gift shop to commemorate our trip here, and it was the one thing my boyfriend was most looking forward to on our 3 weeks in Europe. Museum was great, very informative. These are just the two things we both independently thought of as feedback.
After visiting the Porsche museum in Stuttgart on Saturday. Sunday was given up for the visit to the Mercedes museum. I knew it was going to be good because the queues were almost endless but having made the trip we were committed. We were not disappointed. This is a must see for any lover of the mark the whole set up was done in typical German efficiency. Highly recommend.
German cars..enough said! I've visited both the Porsche and Mercedes museums on seperate trips to Stuttgart. Both are great, but the Mercedes museum is much larger. If you appreciate German cars, you'll love learning about the history of this iconic brand. We went late in the day and it was only €5. Plan on at least two hours to take it all in.
What a nice museum. Inside the museum you will see the history and development of Mercedes-Benz. They have extra-ordinary history, design and safety process. You will enjoy. Don't miss. I adore this museum.
This is not for families, people with children, or actually, anyone interested in a good museum. You are not allowed to touch anything. The whole concept is very eighties. Not interactive at all, the audio guide is the only resemblance of modernity here. They have a small area for crafts (Faszination Design), which might appeal to families. However, this area closes half an hour earlier than the rest of the museum, and usually comes at the end of a two-hour walk. Hint: you can access this part (in the basement, of course!) without paying the entrance fee. Walk on the left past the queues and then take the stairs into and around the basement. There you will find the only part that your children (and possibly you as well) may remember fondly.
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