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New Porsche Museum to open on January 31, 2009New Porsche Museum to open on January 31, 2009

Porsche’s highly anticipated new museum will open its door to the public
on January 31, 2009.

At last, now that the scaffolding has been removed, it is possible to see to full extent
of the building’s bold architecture at Porsche’s headquarters in Zuffenhausen. The
5,600 square metres of exhibition space are supported on just three pillars of
reinforced concrete – giving the impression the building is hovering in space.

Inside, the majority of approximately 80 exhibits are already in place.

In the other areas of the new building – amongst them the museum workshops, the
museum shop, the Porsche archive, an exclusive restaurant, a bistro and the
spacious event areas – a team of experts is busy applying the finishing touches.

Three days after the ceremonial opening on January 28 the doors of the new
Porsche Museum will be flung open to welcome its first visitors. Admission price is
eight Euros for adults with children under 14 admitted free when accompanied by an
adult.

The restaurant on the second floor – which has both a view through the glass facade
onto the Porscheplatz as well as through the glass partition into the exhibition itself –
has its own separate entrance and opening hours.

For more information, visit:
www.porsche.com/museum

For Group Bookings and Special Guided Tours, email:
info.museum@porsche.de
Tel: + 49 711 911 20911
Fax: + 49 711 911 20356

For Event Inquiries at the Museum’s conference room and restaurants, email:
events.museum@porsche.de
Tel: + 49 711 911 21911
Fax: + 49 711 911 21356

 

3/12/2008