I visited all of these museums in the past few years, I recommend them all!

The Porsche Museum is located at the Zuffenhausen plan. It is tucked down a side street. It isn't very big, but they have a lot of great cars that they rotate through, so if you go one month and return a few months later, you'll see different cars.

The address is:

Porschestraße 42
70435 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen Telefon 0711 / 9 11-5685

Öffnungszeiten Montag bis Freitag von 9.00 bis 16.00 Uhr Samstags, Sonntags, Feiertage von 9.00 bis 17.00 Uhr

Eintritt Der Eintritt ist frei.
Anfahrt Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel

S-Bahn S6 Richtung "Leonberg" bzw. "Weilderstadt" bis Haltestelle

Busse Linien 501, 502, 503, 503M und 591 bis Haltestelle Porsche

Anfahrt mit dem KFZ:
Autobahn A81 (Heilbronn - Stuttgart) bis Ausfahrt Zuffenhausen, weiter auf der B10 Richtung Stuttgart, erste Ausfahrt richtung Zuffenhausen, nach ca. 1 km direkt nach der Eisenbahnbrücke links einordnen, der Beschilderung "Porsche Museum" bzw. "Werk II" folgen.

I also recommend visiting the Mercedes Benz museum in Stuttgart, it is larger and has a very nice display, from horseless carrages all the way up to recent models.

Mercedesstrasse 137/1
70327 Stuttgart

When traveling by car, simply follow the signs with the sports stadium symbol. Right across from the stadium, you'll come to "Tor 1" (Gate 1) and the visitors' car park. Buses commute between the car park and the museum on the company premises.

If you arrive by train, please take a taxi or the "S-Bahn" rapid transit train line S1 to the "Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion" stop.

A very nice private museum is the Deutsche Auto Museum in Langenburg.
Schloss Langenburg im idyllischen Hohenloher Land verfügt über einen der schönsten Renaissance-Innenhöfe Deutschlands. Zu besichtigen sind, außer dem herrlichen nach alten Plänen gestalteten Barockgarten, die Schlosskapelle sowie mehrere Museumsräume und die alte Bastion "Lindenstamm". Im ehemaligen Marstall ist das "Deutsche Auto-Museum Schloss Langenburg" beheimatet, in welchem auf 2000 m² Ausstellungsfläche ca. 80 Oldtimer gezeigt werden.

Schloss Langenburg
74595 Langenburg
Tel.: 0 79 05 / 2 64

And, not to forget the Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim e.V.
IMAX 3D Filmtheater
D-74889 Sinsheim
Phone: +49 (0) 7261 / 9299-0

Following its grand opening in 1981 the Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim (the greatest private museum in Europe) has meanwhile developed into on of the major tourist attractions in Germany. Situated on an area of over 30.000m² indoors, and in open-air grounds comprising in excess of 50.000m², we are offering you more than 3.000 exhibits. Among them 300 vintage cars, 200 motorbikes, 40 race- and sports cars, 27 locomotives, 50 airplanes, 150 tractors, steam engines and trucks. Due to the addition of an IMAX 3D giant screen theater to our museum as well as numerous further attractions we are pulling an annual crowd of more than a million visitors.

Most of the vintage cars are fully roadworthy loans from private persons and companies; they are being exercised on a regular basis and are often exchanged for different models. This enables us to constantly offer new rarities to our visitors for their enjoyment and admiration.



Porscheplatz 1
70435 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen
Telefon: +49 711 911-5685

It is at Werk II. A81 to Zuffenhausen exit. B10 towards Stuttgart.
First exit toward Zuffenhausen. After ~ 1 km, change to left lane after railway bridge. Museum is at the corner of Porschestrasse & M.
Horkheimer Strasse. Parking is nearby if you're driving a new Porsche.
If not you'll have to walk a bit.

Mon-Fri 9-16 Weekend 9-17

Factory Tours by appointment only-very limited, > 18 years of age
+49 711 911-5384