Our visit to the Porsche Museum was part of our German Road trip (that page has links to all the hotels, restaurants and places visited).
The exterior of the Porsche Museum is impressive. There are also three Porsche models attached to concrete arms just across the street.
An audio tour guide is included in the admission price – I didn’t take one as I don’t really like tours, even when they are self-guided.
A long escalator takes you to a huge upper floor and you’re surrounded by Porsche models.
There’s plenty to see – a complete selection from old to new, including some rare and icon models. Many of the displays also play a sound of the engine.
There are also the racing models.
After a few hours, we took the escalator down and visited the Boxenstopp restaurant on the ground floor.
There was a spotless open kitchen.
The food prices were pretty reasonable.
And the food was outstanding. I’d love to try the fine-dining Christophorus Restaurant as I’m sure that would be amazing.
We really enjoyed our visit and I’d recommend the Porsche Museum – don’t forget to eat there!
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Open Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The fine-dining Christophorus Restaurant is open Tuesday to Saturday until midnight.
If you have a Mercedes Museum ticket, you receive 25% off admission and vice versa.
If you have a StuttCard (17 € for 24 hours) you can go free to both Porsche and Mercedes Museums plus a host of other museums and attractions.
Parking 4 €
Adult 8 € Concessions 4 € Children under 14 are free when accompanied by an adult
Evening tickets (from 5 p.m.) Adult 4 € Concessions 2 €
Family ticket (2 adults + children up to 18) 20 €
Guided museum tour (admission not included) 60 €
Guided architectural tour (admission not included) 90 €
Open museum tour (admission not included) 4 €
Annual tickets Adults (non-transferable) 32 € Concessions 16 €