Top Historical Places in Stuttgart

Are you looking to explore the history of Stuttgart through the ages? There are a number of historical destinations in Stuttgart including the time-honored buildings, monuments, palaces, and parks where you can learn about the glorious past of Stuttgart. The presence of these historical sites and museums will take you on a walk through Stuttgart ‘s rich history.
If you are willing to have an in-depth historical information about Stuttgart, we recommend that you take a wonderful guided tour to cover the major historical attractions. Also, check the opening and closing time for each so that you can organize your time. Make sure that you go through the complete list of historical places in Stuttgart for a great trip!

Let's witness the history of Stuttgart with these top historical places - monuments and landmarks:

  1. Wurttemberg State Museum

    Tags: History Museum, Castle, Architecture

    As far as Stuttgart goes, this is probably the best museum of the city, about the city. It started off from an art chamber within the Old Castle in which the museum is now mainly housed. The main collections include: Archeology: Paleolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, antiquity, Romans in Württemberg, early Middle Ages, antique glass, and the Roman lapidarium (located in the New Cast...Read more
  2. Grabkapelle Rotenberg

    Tags: Historical Site, Architecture

    Württemberg Mausoleum is a memorial that was constructed for Catherine Pavlovna of Russia who was the second wife of William I of Württemberg. The memorial stands tall on Württemberg Hill’s peak and overlooks the Neckar River. The structure stands by itself right amidst the beautiful vineyards and is visible from afar. There’s a domed roof and the arrangement of the f...Read more
  3. Schloss Solitude

    Tags: Castle, Theatre, Picnic Spot

    Calling this place is castle is a bit of misnomer; it’s actually a rococo palace. Conceived as a peaceful retreat for the Duke Karl Eugen, the castles prohibitive building costs were near impossible to sustain during the duke’s Seven Year War against Prussia (he lost). So it became a high school, and then arts academy, a military academy and finally a university for cream of the pop...Read more
  4. Sepulchral Chapel

    Tags: Religious Site, Historical Site, Architecture

    The inscription to this very pretty neo-classical sandstone chapel reads: Love never dies. Once the Castle Wurttemberg stood proud on this very site. IT was built for Catherine Pavlovna of Russian, and the remains of William I and his daughter are also kept here. An entire royal family in one gravesite. Sounds like a Tim Burton/Disney crossover. The real reason this place is famous? The mausole...Read more