Porsche Museum, Stuttgart
Porsche Museum, Stuttgart - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Porscheplatz 1, 70435 Stuttgart, Germany
Ticket Price: 8 EUR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Porsche Museum, Stuttgart
What Mercedez can do, Porche can do better. We’ll that’s the spirit in play here, and we’ll let you make up your own mind whther this museum is better than the new Benz museum. A grand ramp leads you to the sleek viewing area for your drooling pleasure. It’s certainly snazzy looking, with half the number of cars, but each of which is iconic and something right out of a dream. Pick up the excellent audioguide and lose yourself in the history of the place. You’re not restricted to the museum though; the factory tour is as big a draw. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to be here when they’re revving the beauties up… you know, just to show off. And of course, you’ll be given a rich account f the company’s history. Check the website for special exhibtions.
Porsche Museum Information
- No photography allowed.
- The gift shop is excellent.
- There’s an underground car park.
Porsche Museum Ticket Prices
- Free for under 14.
- EUR 4 for students, seniors, disabled.
- Prices are halved in the evening.
Porsche Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- Last admission is at 05:20 pm.
How To reach Porsche Museum by Public Transport
- S-Bahn line S6 stop Neuwirtshaus/Porscheplatz.
- Bus 510, 502, 503, 591.
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Great museum. Beautiful cars with great history. It's definitely a must do for car lovers and Porsche enthusiast. The guide we had for the tour was simply perfect. You'll learn a lot about the history of Porsche and the German automobile industry.
Excellent if you like car museums. It can get a little technical at times, but that is probably what you would expect in a museum of this kind. It isn't the biggest museum, but everything is organized well. The audio guides are good, and the entry fees are low, especially for students.
Neat museum with nice cars in display. Good brief history of Porsche. Costs €8 so seems not $$$$ to me. Includes audio guide. All is also in English. Parking is €4 for all day. Takes about 2-3hrs. There is a fancy rest and a normal rest and a cafe.
Not sure why it has so many $$$$. This museum is very reasonably priced. This museum has some of the greatest cars in the world and their inventory is constantly changing. I have visited multiple times and can’t get enough of it. The factory tour is also well worth doing.
If your into racing and your into the fast paced nature of the Porsche. This is is catered toward the racing car afficianando. And there is no shame in their game. With the quality associated with the brand and the years of totally owning their market space its a good review of that history