In order to travel to the Porsche Museum by car, take the Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen exit off the A81. Parking is available in our underground car park. The underground car park opens at 8:30 a.m.
You can download detailed directions using the route planner.
If you are travelling by motorcycles or by coach parking facilities are available near the Porsche Museum. For using the camper parking space during the day, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. in advance.To the route planner To the route planner How to get here (PDF)
The Porsche Museum is located in close proximity to the "Neuwirtshaus/Porscheplatz" S-Bahn railway station. Take the S-Bahn line S6 towards Weil der Stadt/Leonberg. The latest timetables are available here: www.vvs.de
The drive system of tomorrow. Everyone is talking about it. Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions must be reduced globally. As a sports car manufacturer, we need to address this issue in all ways that we can actually do some good – in the garage and in the everyday driving of our customers – with a well-conceived overall concept. That is because, in our estimation, an innovative vehicle concept is worthless unless it addresses more than just the vehicle itself. That is why Porsche is incorporating the infrastructure in its thinking by developing well thought-out charging options which can be used at home and on the road. Therefore, we will now also be exhibiting such mobile charging options in the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart. Visitors will be able to charge their vehicle batteries at two charging stations – as conveniently as they are accustomed to at home. A Mode-3 cable, which is normally needed for public charging infrastructure, is unnecessary here, because each station is equipped with its own charging cable. The charging interface has a standardised IEC Type 2 vehicle connector, so that all vehicles can be charged with such a charging connection, not just Porsche cars. During their museum visit, electric car drivers can ‘refuel’ their cars at a charging power level of 7.2 kW to supply them with enough energy for an all-electric driving trip home.