Special Exhibitions

911 (901 No. 57) – A Legend takes off

Presented to the world for the first time in the autumn of 1963, the Porsche 901 is a legend. That’s because it was the forerunner of the 911. A 911 built as a 901 has been missing from the factory collection at Porsche – until now. During filming for the docu-soap “Der Trödeltrupp” by broadcaster RTL2, an unrestored model was discovered in a dilapidated condition, consisting only of fragments. It soon became clear that the car identification number belonged to one of the first 911 cars, built in autumn 1964. The original 911 No. 57 has since been in the possession of the Porsche Museum. Over the course of three years, the neglected car was restored by experts at the museum workshop. Until April 8, 2018, the 911 will be on display for the first time in the Porsche Museum as part of a special exhibition.

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70 Years Porsche Sportscars

Porsche will be celebrating a special anniversary in 2018: In 1948, Ferry Porsche built the 356 “No.1” Roadster – it was the first sports car to bear the Porsche name and turned his idea of a sports car into a reality. All of the values that define the brand to this day are reflected in his vision from that time. The Porsche Museum will pay tribute to “70 Years Porsche Sportscars” with a special exhibition set to open on June 9, 2018.

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Porscheplatz 1
70435 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen


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Factory tours

Combine your visit to the Museum with a factory tour. The factory tour starts in the Museum itself. Factory tours take place from Monday to Friday.

A previous enrollment is necessary.


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