Private museum tour

Discover the company’s history with all its milestones from its beginnings to the present day in an approximately one-hour guided tour of the Porsche Museum that is tailored to your individual wishes. Of course you can choose another language besides German or English. We will be happy to check whether a guide can lead you through our exhibition in your preferred language on this day.

  • Max. 25 people
  • € 180.00 including admission price
  • Duration approx. 60 min

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Public museum tour

We offer one-hour tours at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. – depending on demand. Together with other visitors, we will give you an insight into the company‘s history – from ist beginnings to the present day. Registration takes place at the museum ticket counter. The first visitor can choose the guide language, if it is available.

  • Max. 25 people
  • € 6.00 without entrance fee
  • Duration approx. 60 min

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In accordance with the current Corona Ordinance of the State of Baden-Württemberg no vaccinated, convalescent or negative test certificate is required to visit the museum.
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Offers for children and schoolparties

Can I book a guided tour on the day of my visit?

No, unfortunately the system cannot accommodate requests at short notice for the same day. However, you can ask at the ticket counter whether there are still free places on our open museum tours.


Can I spontaneously join a guided tour?

You can join a guided tour according to availability. However, this only applies to the public museum tour. For all other guided tours in the museum or in the factory, you must book an appointment on our website, prior to you visit.


Are there guided tours for children?

Yes, in the museum we offer guided tours specially designed for children. You can find all the offers for children on the Porsche 4Kids page. The tour options and information about children's birthday parties at the Porsche Museum are listed there.


Are walkways in the museum or on museum tours barrier-free?

The Porsche Museum is barrier-free. Two lifts take you to all exhibition levels. The entire exhibition can be visited without steps. Please feel free to send us an e-mail for further information.