Stuttgart is full of historically important monuments and is perhaps the best place to witness history unfold. The wonderful monuments and the rich history attached with the destination make Stuttgart one of Top Historical Destinations in the world. Stuttgart is a very historically important place and thus sees a lot of tourists every year. Whenever you are planning to visit a historical monument in Stuttgart or a place of historical significance, it is always good to know a little information about the place, its opening and closing times, the ideal duration of visit and the need of tour guide to visit the historical monuments of Stuttgart. Explore the historical monuments of Stuttgart with a guided tour or opt for in-depth information of its historical account, this Stuttgart guide is your go-to option for free. Move to things to do in Stuttgart page for the complete list of attractions and activities.
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Top Historical Stuttgart landmarks
Traverse through the finest landmarks and famous historical buildings of Stuttgart.
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Solitude 1, 70197 Stuttgart, Germany
10:00 am - 08:00 pm
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 academ...
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Schillerplatz 6, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
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, an...
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. Th...