Porsche Museum, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany

4.5 (4.687 reviews) Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Spent Ranking #8 in Stuttgart Speciality Museums

Book a factory tour if you can

Visited in mid-February 2023 while in Stuttgart. Amazing experience! Took a 911/718 factory tour and visited the museum afterwards. It was fantastic seeing 911s/718s in production (cameras/phones not allowed). The tour guide was great. Very knowledgeable! Impressive building and well laid out museum. I was there for at least three hours. Using the audio guide enriches the museum experience. So much to learn about the history of Porsche. For car (performance) enthusiasts, it is really easy to spend a full day at the Porsche museum. Factory tours are booked online but are paid for on-site.
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Porscheplatz 1, 70435 Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg Germany


+49 711 91120911




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Working hours

Monday :
Tuesday : 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday : 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday : 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday : 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday : 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday : 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Current local date and time now

Sunday, April 14, 2024, 22:13

User Ratings

4.5 based on (4.687 reviews)



  • 5Curtis S 5:00 PM Oct 8, 2022
    the ancestral home of Porsche
    In the interest of full disclosure, I have been a Porsche nut for years. I have been a fan of Porsche automobiles for most of my adult life. I find the exterior design to be an alluring mélange of curves and sexy lines, and the performance of the vehicles is breathtaking. While planning our trip through Southern Germany I made sure the wife understood that we had to at least pass through Stuttgart….. if not spend the night. Note…if you do spend the night in Stuttgart, I highly recommend the Italian restaurant Da Salvo….we had an outstanding meal there. The museum is located right in the middle of the Porsche complex in the Zuffenhausen district. Parking is convenient (and free) in a multi-level underground parking lot. The entry fee is quite reasonable when you consider the cost of actually buying a Porsche. The museum wends its way counterclockwise/up through the history of Ferdinand Porsche and his cars. There are exquisite examples of the various models produced over the years, with a heavy emphasis on the 911. There is probably at least $100,000,000 worth of hardware that you can get very close to. There is even a section where three different models are available for you to actually get in the cars and get a sense of what it’s like to at least to sit behind the wheel of a Porsche. I actually walked the path through the exhibits three times, taking in all the beauty and technology on display. For non-Porsche-philes this museum will take less than an hour. For those of us enamored with all things Porsche, it will take a bit longer. There are other tours available as well, but they were not being given on the Sunday that we visited. Highly recommended.

  • 5RDWilde 5:00 PM Mar 2, 2022
    Stylish is the correct word
    The museum was not too busy this early morning (9:30) which left plenty of time to try out all the goodies that keep you interested. In contrast to the Mercedes museum, this Porsche museum has its focus to explain everything - history, family, design and technical concepts. There was even a VR experience to experience how these wonder cars were made shortly after the war. Fantastic to get such a deep understanding of the Porsche mentality and priorities. And intriguing to see how the company works with anybody that serves their purpose: being ahead of the scientific curve for fast powerful cars.

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