Porsche Museum

Experience these fascinating vehicles and learn about the iconic cars' history

The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart The new museum was opened in January 2009 amid great anticipation from motoring journalists and Porsche enthusiasts alike. It revealed a building with 5,600 square meters of exhibition space and bold architecture throughout. The new space, which is entirely white inside to fully show off the splendour of the 80 historic vehicles on display at any one time as well as the approximately 200 smaller exhibits and items housed there from throughout the company's 60-year history.


It is thought that Porsche itself has over 400 historical models and vehicles which at various times will all be displayed in the museum, therefore making it a great place to visit again and again to ensure that you get through the whole collection!


Please note that the museum is closed on Mondays. Last admission is at 5:30 p.m.

Getting here by train

The Porsche Museum is very close to "Neuwirtshaus/Porscheplatz" S-Bahn railway station.


Take the S-Bahn line S6 towards Weil der Stadt/Leonberg. S Bahn timetables are available here www.vvs.de

Location map

Map showing the location of Porsche Museum


Visitor information table

CityStuttgart
CountryGermany
AddressPorscheplatz 1, 70435 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen
Telephone+49 (0)711 8605 2652
Websitewww.porsche.com/international/faq/museum/

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