D38***21amazing 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
摆渡修行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.
M17***71Very good, student tickets only cost 9 euros to visit all, unfortunately, you have to pay 400 euros to make an appointment for taking pictures in the palace, and the time for shopping in the palace is a little short. There are many wedding photos taken in the palace. !