Porsche MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Porscheplatz 1, 70435 Stuttgart, Germany
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 49180-5356911
- Ticket Price: 8 EUR
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Automobile Museum
Porsche Museum - Review
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 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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Things to Know Before Visiting Porsche Museum
84.94% of people who visit Stuttgart include Porsche Museum in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
61.48% of people start their Porsche Museum visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Porsche Museum
94.58% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Porsche Museum
Porsche Museum Trips
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Porsche Museum, Stuttgart Reviews
One of the best museums I have visited. Very creative (not a surprise considering this is Porsche) and is very well laid out. Staff was very helpful and welcoming. Information next to the display cars was well written and positioned. Their shop was not as expensive as I was thinking. The entrance is great too. Must visit place if you are Stuttgart. Train station is right outside the museum so very convenient.
Great museum for the Porsche fan. About 80 cars to see and a lot of familiar faces to racing followers. The Rothmans race car and the 959 were personal favorites. We got the audio tour but didn't even use it. You will spend around an hour here, walking at an easy pace. See the Porsche museum first, then go to Mercedes. The Benz museum will completely blow you away in size and scope compared to Porsche.
Loved the whole Porsche Museum experience. Starting with great affordable coffee and cake followed by an amazing car museum experience. Literally stunning architecture and incredible cars everywhere. You don't need to be a car enthusiast to enjoy this exhibition and experience. We enjoyed understanding the history and especially the early 356 and 911 models the most! If you are in Stuttgart, add this museum to your visit list.
Extremely good! A must visit for all automotive fans.. I found the exhibit absolutely amazing...no boring stories or photographs...just the always-good Porsche cars and automotive tech! It took us approx. 3-4 hours to entirely absorb the feel of the place with all the historical developments. There is a souvenir shop inside as well but I found the prices to be a little higher than reasonable, understandably. Highly recommended whenever in Stuttgart!
Curators did a great job with showcasing the history aspect of both the cars and the company itself. Was expecting to see more cars, as we had been at the Petersen Automotive Porsche exhibit just a few weeks before and felt they had about the same amount there. The building itself is modern and beautiful, especially the huge sculpture outside. Overall would recommend, but hard to see spending more than 3 hours there.