Stuttgart is a must-see place for Porsche fans, driving a car to recognize his ancestors, to see his past life, far close to the neighborhood. Unlike the Mercedes Museum's diversity and richness, the Porsche Museum concentrated on his full-line sports car and classic racing, a real eye-catching. The museum looks like a boulder floating on the ground, supported by three V-shaped columns. The exhibition area is three floors in a non-departmental space and is free to walk around, not too big, but hundreds of cars are on display, along with the 356, 550, 911, 917 classic models, and Ferdinand Porsche Technical achievements since the early twentieth century can be roughly divided into three routes, one to showcase the history of Porsche and its technological development before 1948, one to arrange Porsche sports cars in chronological order and one to showcase the successive car showcases. In addition, Porsche owners, can make an appointment to visit the Porsche factory across the street, the site witness why you buy so expensive, due to the epidemic, the service canceled, can only stop.
The madness of racing can be found here, especially a good visit experience, never forget.
In 2017, I did not live in the center of Stuttgart, but stayed in Ludwigsburg. One of the main reasons is that it is close to Porsche Town, and the Porsche headquarters, factory and museum are all in the town. The little guy specially planned to Go check it out. Early in the morning, the girls went for shopping in the center of Stuttgart, while the boys went to the Porsche Museum ten kilometers away. There was no parking on the ground at the gate. There were all prototype cars and they had to be parked in the underground garage. The railway is not known to be a light rail. There are many ways to purchase tickets for European attractions. Generally speaking, it’s good for more people to buy family tickets. As the landlord, the Frank brothers led us and two boys to visit the museum. Although our planned itinerary does not have his old club Mercedes-Benz who has worked for many years. The museum is a little disappointed
This Porsche Museum is not very big and thin but interesting. If you have been to the Mercedes-Benz Museum, remember not to lose your Mercedes-Benz ticket, because you can enter the venue with that ticket. There are coffee shops, gift shops, toilets, and some cabinets downstairs to lock your schoolbags, but Porsche will not take any responsibility if any items are missing, so don’t lock your valuables. You need to put one or two euros as a deposit , You can get the deposit back when you put the key back. The museum is upstairs, the place is not big, but many ordinary Porsche cars are very interesting. There will be simulated racing cars on them. Both adults and children can try them, but there is a queue because there are so many people who want to try. You can stop by the Porsche store opposite. The gift shop is not expensive. I bought a refrigerator post as a souvenir of 2.5€.
There is a Porsche Museum in Stuttgart. There is also the Mercedes-Benz Museum.
I chose the Porsche Museum.
It's worth a visit. Do something you like to achieve the ultimate. This is my impression of Porsche.
Lighter, faster and faster. Study one thing so thoroughly. Many places for us to learn.
Preston_Dominguez: Porscheplatz 1, 70435 Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Porsche Museum,Man-O-War Cay,Inspiration 911 - Porsche-Skulptur,Tiefbunker Feuerbach,Moser & Helfrich