The History of Porsche – a journey through time.

Read about your visit to the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart in Easy English:
Come and visit the Porsche Museum!
There is lots to discover. You can join a guided tour or you can look around the museum alone.
We have

  • almost 100 vehicles
  • more than 200 small exhibits
  • interesting information about Porsche

The Porsche Museum is barrier free. Lifts take you to all floors of the museum. We have accessible toilets on the ground floor and on the third floor of the museum. You can also hire wheelchairs and folding chairs. Please inform us how many you need, before you visit the museum.
Wheelchair users can access the exhibits easily as they are all on eye level. Our museum guides are trained to help our visitors with disabilities. They will help you during your visit. Please bring at least one additional person with you when you visit the museum.

Guided tours Guided tour for visitors with eyesight difficulties

Visitors with eyesight difficulties can book a special guided tour. 
During this guided tour you can touch and feel the cars. You can also listen to the sounds of the cars and smell them. Your guide will tell you the story of Porsche from the beginning to today.
Important: We will give you museum gloves so that you can touch the cars. 

  • The guided tour takes 1 hour
  • Visitors: 10 people in total 
  • Guided tour including entrance to the museum: 100 Euro

 

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Guided tour for visitors with hearing difficulties

Visitors with hearing difficulties can book a special guided tour. Please bring your own sign language interpreter. Your tour guide speaks Plain English. We will tell you about the history of Porsche and how the company began. Your guide will explain how the Porsche racing cars have had an effect on all of the cars made by Porsche.

  • The guided tour takes 1 hour
  • Visitors: 10 people in total
  • Guided tour including entrance to the museum: 100 Euro

 

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Guided tour for visitors living with dementia

Visitors living with dementia can book a special guided tour.

You will see special cars such as the Volkswagen Beetle. You can also touch the cars and smell them. Your guide will talk about the cars with your group. This tour will give you an enjoyable experience without too many facts and figures. 

Important: We will give you museum gloves so that you can feel the cars. 

  • The guided tour takes 1 hour.
  • Visitors: 10 people in total 
  • Guided tour including entrance to the museum: 100 Euro

 

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Guided tour in Plain English

This is a special guided tour in Plain English. Our guides speak slowly, use short sentences and simple words.  The guides will explain the story of Porsche. You will also see lots of cars which you can touch. You can also listen to the cars and smell them.

Important: We will give you museum gloves so that you can feel the cars.

  • The guided tour takes 1 hour
  • Visitors: 10 people in total
  • Guided tour including entrance to the museum: 100 Euro

 

Book this guided tour

 

Opening hours

Opening hours are:

Tuesday to Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.


The museum is closed on Mondays.

The ticket office closes at 5.30 p.m.

Price List

Entrance fees:
Adults: 10 €

 

Reduced price: 5 €
This price applies to:

  • Schoolchildren
  • Students 
  • Persons with a voluntary social year pass
  • Senior citizens
  • People with disabilities
  • Unemployed persons
  • Porsche Classic Card holders
  • Porsche Club members

Free entry for:

  • Children up to 14 years. Children may not visit the museum without an adult.
  • Persons who accompany people with disabilities. 

 

Evening tickets from 5 p.m.
Adults: 5 €

 

Reduced price: 3 €
This price applies to:

  • Schoolchildren
  • Students
  • Persons with a voluntary social year pass
  • Senior citizens
  • People with disabilities
  • Unemployed persons
  • Porsche Classic Card holders
  • Porsche Club members
Group tickets and family tickets

Group tickets:
Groups of at least 10 persons: 8 € per person.

Family tickets: 24 €
2 adults and children up to 18 years
This ticket includes the parking fee

Multimedia-Guide

This guide is similar to a smartphone with sound recordings, pictures and short films. You can hire a multimedia guide. It is free.

We have multimedia guides in the following languages:
German, English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Italian.
We have special multimedia guides for children in each language.

 
Directions and Parking

Travelling by car
Take the A81 motorway. Leave the motorway at exit Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen. There are parking spaces in the underground car park. The car park opens at 8 a.m..

Travelling by tram
Take tram S6 or S60 
Direction: Weil der Stadt - Böblingen.
Exit at tram stop Neuwirtshaus - Porscheplatz.
The tram stop is directly in front of the Porsche Museum.

If you are travelling on a day ticket: Please show your ticket at the ticket office. We will give you a discount of 4 € on your entrance ticket to the museum.
Note: This only applies to persons paying the full ticket price.

Travelling by motorbike or coach
The car park is close to the museum. You can also use the mobile-home car park from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m..  Please book a parking space in advance: 
Email: info.museum@porsche.de

Parking
Up to 6 hours for visitors to the museum: 4 €
6 to 12 hours:15 €
Over 12 hours: 30 €
Guests at Restaurant Christophorus: free parking

If you are visiting the museum, please pay for your parking ticket at the ticket office in the entrance hall of the museum. If you are a guest at Restaurant Christophorus you park for free. Please show your parking ticket at the restaurant. Then you do not need to pay your parking fee.


 
Additional Information

The museum is only closed on the following National Holidays:

  • 24th December
  • 25th December
  • 31st December
  • 1st January

 

Address:
Porscheplatz 1 70435 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen


Contact:
If you have any questions, please contact:
Email: info.museum@porsche.de


Telephone:
If you are calling from Germany: 08 00 – 35 6 – 09 11 If you are calling from outside Germany: 00 49 – 07 11 – 9 11 – 20 9 11