amazing place, the staff is super kind, tickets are cheap and free entrance for kids. definitely a must see. the whole history of Mercedes and many fun facts from 20th century all displayed on the walls. they also have a gift shop, a restaurant, you can spend one whole day inside
To be honest, it is more worth seeing than the Porsche Museum (the display of winning cars on the P side is too big). One hour before opening, you can get half a ticket. There are many different types of vehicles displayed in chronological order, including snowplows, buses, trucks, etc. My favorite area is the part of the classic car. From the styling to the spray paint, it is too cool, handsome, tasteful and too advanced.
The exterior design of the Mercedes-Benz Museum is highly sci-fi and modern. When visiting, first take the elevator to the top floor. Each floor is composed of a theme pavilion of an age. From the establishment of the company to the present, there is basically an interval of ten years. It takes half a day to visit the whole tour even if you look at it.
If you don''t come here, you will never know, Mercedes Benz''s glorious history, and this is the beauty of the museum.
Mercedes Benz Museum introduces the development history of Mercedes-Benz cars, the corporate culture of Mercedes-Benz, and many of the advanced technology demonstration.
The Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart is still pretty good, and for fans like us the Mercedes Benz museum is quite interesting, with a history of the development of Mercedes, how Mercedes' cars were made, and the latest technology. It was so memorable and a great place to visit for kids to learn more about it and it was really good value for money
The Mercedes Museum is in the downtown of Stuttgart. The building itself has a whirlwind modern feel.
The extensive use of curves and the plain style of some surrounding factories are still very different.
The display inside is very rich, taking history as the axis to make the European automobile development exhibition very clear, without losing the purpose of promoting its own brand of cars
Also very interactive
Preston_Dominguez: Mercedesstrasse 100, 70372 Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Mercedes-Benz Museum,Schweine-Museum,Strassenbahnwelt Stuttgart,Gottlieb Daimler Memorial,Mineralbad Leuze