COVID-19: Information on the protection measures at the Porsche Museum Dear Visitors,

The Porsche Museum is open to the public in accordance with the current Corona Ordinance of the State of Baden-Württemberg. A vaccination, convalescent or negative test certificate is required for a visit to our museum. A three-tier warning system has also come into force since 16 September 2021. This means that there will be stricter regulations when there are signs of overcrowding in hospitals.

Museum tours can be booked. Factory and site tours will not be offered until the end of the year. We will be pleased to accept your enquiries for 2022 from December 2021.

Find out more

Opening hours

Tuesday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m
The museum is closed on Mondays

Ticket desks close at 5:30 p.m.

Tel.: +49 (0) 800 356-0911

Museum shop:
Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Visitor information of the Porsche Museum

Opening hours on public holidays

There may be deviations from the opening days if the current situation does not allow opening on one of the public holidays listed below.

The museum is open on the following public holidays in 2021/2022
2 April Good Friday
4 April Easter Sunday
5 April Easter Monday
1 May May Day
13 May Ascension Day
23 May Whit Sunday
24 May Whit Monday
3 June Corpus Christi
3 October German Unity Day
1 November All Saints‘ Day
26 December Boxing Day
27 December Monday (special opening)
2 January 2022
3 January 2022 Monday (special opening)

The museum is closed on the following public holidays in 2021/2022
6 January Holy Three Kings
24 December Christmas Eve
25 December Christman Day
31 December New Year‘s Eve
1 January 2022 New Year‘s Day

Prices Admission fees
Adults 10.00 euros
Reduced price* 5.00 euros
*Reduced prices apply to school children, students, people in a voluntary year of social service, pensioners, people with disability, job seekers, Porsche Classic Card owners, Porsche Club members.

Free admission
Children under the age of 14 (admission with an accompanying adult only), registered school classes and groups of students including any accompanying persons, coach drivers/tour guides, persons accompanying people with disabilities, journalists.

Evening tickets from 17:00
Adults 5.00 euros
Reduced price* 3.00 euros
*Reduced prices apply to school children, students, people in a voluntary year of social service, pensioners, people with disability, job seekers, Porsche Classic Card owners, Porsche Club members.

Group and family tickets
Group ticket (min. 10 people) price per person 8.00 euros
Family ticket (2 adults + children under 18) including parking fee (maximum 5 people) 24.00 euros

You can borrow a free multimedia guide during your visit to the museum. We offer the following languages: German, English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Italian. An exciting children’s version is also available in all languages.

Multimedia guides for adults 0.00 euros
Multimedia guides for children 0.00 euros

Annual tickets, vouchers, guided tours and parking Annual tickets
Price per person 40.00 euros
Reduced price per person* 20.00 euros

*Reduced prices apply to school children, students, people in a voluntary year of social service, pensioners, people with disability, job seekers, Porsche Classic Card owners, Porsche Club members.

Vouchers for the Porsche Museum
The current vouchers (tours and museum entry voucher) will no longer be sold on our cash desk or via mail. If you still have this type of voucher, it is still valid. We will keep you updated. Thank you for your understanding.

How to find us

By car

To reach the Porsche Museum by car, take the Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen exit off the A81 motorway. Parking is available in our underground car park, which opens at 08:45.

You can download detailed directions using the route planner.

If you are travelling by motorcycle or by coach, parking is available in the direct vicinity of the Porsche Museum. You can also use the camper parking spaces between 09:00 and 18:00 after advance registration at

To the route planner directions
How to get here  


By train

The Porsche Museum is located right next to the suburban railway station (S-Bahn) “Neuwirtshaus/Porscheplatz”. To travel to this station, take the suburban railway (S-Bahn) line S6 /S60 direction Weil der Stadt / Böblingen. The latest timetables are available here:

By presenting a valid day ticket or group day ticket for the local public transport (VVS) at the museum’s ticket counter, every full paying adult will receive a 4 euro discount on the regular admission price.



Parking up to 6 hours in conjunction with a visit to the museum 4.00 euros
Parking between 6 and 12 hours 15.00 euros
Parking more than 12 hours 30.00 euros
Parking without visiting the museum 15.00 euros

Guests of the Christophorus restaurant park for free. Please have your parking ticket validated at the restaurant. Museum visitors are kindly asked to pay at the ticket counter in our foyer.


Charging you electric vehicle

You will find 12 charging points at the museum, where you can plug in and charge the battery of your electric vehicle during your visit. The charging connection is the standard IEC type 2 vehicle plug. Each station is equipped with its own cable, which means you don't need a Mode 3 cable. The maximum charging power is 11 kW.


*Data determined in accordance with the specified measurement method (Section 2 (5), (6), (6a) German Passenger Car Energy Consumption Labelling Regulation as amended).
The values do not refer to an individual vehicle and are not part of the offer, but serve only to permit comparison between different vehicle types. You can obtain further current information about individual vehicles from your Porsche Centre/dealership. Fuel consumption is determined on the basis of the standard equipment. Options can influence fuel consumption and performance.

A vehicle’s fuel consumption and CO2 emissions depend not only on its efficient use of fuel but also on driving style and other non-technical factors. CO2 is the greenhouse gas primarily responsible for global warming.

Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the publication entitled "Guidelines on fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and power consumption of new passenger cars" which is available free of charge from all sales outlets and from Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH (DAT)

The Museum shop History you can touch

You will find many interesting items from the history of Porsche in the museum shop. Be it small souvenirs or sought-after collector's items, the museum shop has both in stock for you. Discover more than a thousand attractive items. The wide range of products features special editions of model cars, selected accessories on the subject of historic cars, gifts for children, mugs, caps, T-shirts and a large selection of books. Take a small piece of the Porsche Museum home with you. We look forward to seeing you at the museum.

Opening hours

The Museum shop is closed from 25 to 27 Octobre 2021, normal opening days are:

Tuesday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The shop can also be visited without paying an admission fee.


You can reach us from Monday to Sunday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m..

Tel.: +49 (0) 711 911-23007

Porsche factory shops

Please note that access is only possible via the factory gates. This can involve a short waiting period.


Zuffenhausen factory shop

Porsche factory shop in Zuffenhausen
Porscheplatz 1 Plant 1
70435 Stuttgart

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Tel.: +49 (0) 711 911-27063


Weissach factory shop

Porsche factory shop in Weissach
Porschestraße 911
71287 Weissach

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Tel.: +49 (0) 711 911-89046


Ludwigsburg factory shop

Porsche factory shop in Ludwigsburg
Porschestraße 15 – 19
71634 Ludwigsburg-Tammerfeld

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Tel.: +49 (0) 711 911-78670

Tips for visiting the museum
  • Our staff can answer all your questions so please do not hesitate to ask.
  • The exhibition is based on a spiral: if you follow it to the left, you will travel in a chronological order to the top/end.
  • From the coffee bar you can look through a glass partition into the museum’s own workshop and the company archive.
  • Take a free multimedia guide with you, even if you just want to stroll through the museum. This is available next to the ticket office.
  • If you visit on a weekday morning, you will share the exhibition with fewer visitors than at weekends.
  • We always have at least one car for our visitors to sit in.