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Events at the Porsche Museum 2018

Special Exhibitions

Join us in celebrating 70 Years Porsche Sportscars

It all began on June 8, 1948. That was the day when the first Porsche prototype with chassis number 356-001 received its general operating permit, an event signifying the birth of a brand that, over the past 70 years, has produced far more than just automobiles: Porsche is a byword for a sporty driving experience and way of thinking; for automotive innovation, design and functionality.
The Porsche “No.1” Roadster, with mid-engine and lattice tube frame, remained a truly distinctive vehicle, the values of which are still the cornerstone of all the brand’s sports cars today. This unique car was followed by the first small series of 356 sports cars with rear engine. The first models were designed and built in the Austrian town of Gmünd, where the design office founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche established its temporary premises during the early post-war years. Once returned to Stuttgart in 1950, production of the Porsche 356 series began. It became an international success: By 1965, the company had built around 78,000 vehicles. It successor model became the closest thing to an actual icon of the brand – the 911 helped the company to achieve a definitive breakthrough.
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Until January 6, 2019
Porsche Museum, Zuffenhausen: special exhibition

October 13, 2018: Porsche Sound Night

For those who love the sound of revving engines: The legendary Sound Night will be taking place for the first time at the Porsche-Arena in Stuttgart. Former and current racecar drivers and Weissach engineers will be presenting unique vehicles whose engines will be started live at the show.
The “Sound Night” will showcase the development of sports cars since 1948 in its own unique format. The presentation will start with sounds from the 356 “No. 1” Roadster, the first sports car to bear the Porsche name, giving rise to the brand. Just like the “Number 1”, Herbert Linge was there at the very beginning of Porsche, and he will present the car, technology and history.
Another milestone in Porsche history will be rolled out on stage in the form of the 917. Painted light blue with an orange-red central stripe representing its former sponsor Gulf, this particular racing car won the 24 Hours of Daytona race in 1970.
The list of special guests doesn’t stop there: A section involving Hans-Joachim Stuck, Derek Bell, Norbert Singer and the Porsche 962 “Rothmans” with the starting number 17 will reunite another legendary quartet in celebration of the Porsche “Sound Night”. Hans-Joachim Stuck and Derek Bell won the 24 Hours of Le Mans for Porsche with this exact racing car in 1987. Belgian Jacky Ickx has been one of the most successful racing drivers for Porsche. He won four out of his six Le Mans starts in a Porsche. Jacky Ickx will present the Porsche 935/78 “Moby Dick”, the car that took him the victory at the Six Hours of Silverstone in 1978.
All of the other icons set to feature at the Porsche “Sound Night” have similarly well-known presenters with links to key moments in Porsche history.

All tickets are sold out.
Please note that this event will take place in German.

December 4 to December 9, 2018: Theme week for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities

For the sixth time, the Porsche Museum is taking part in the International Day of Persons with Disabilities by offering theme-related factory and museum tours. If you would like to book a tour, please contact the visitor information service to register. Free admission, tours and parking for disabled people and their carers.

December 14/15, 2018: Porsche 4Kids – Christmas wonderland

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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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Autumn holidays 2018: Porsche 4Kids Guided Tours and „Zoom it“ Photo Workshop

Upcoming events


December 04 until 09, 2018: Theme days for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. For the sixth time, the Porsche Museum is taking part in the International Day of Persons with Disabilities by offering theme-related factoy and guided museum tours.

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