Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart, Germany


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July 22, 2019


November 6, 2017

General information

The Mercedes-Benz Museum is the only museum in the world that can document in a single continuous timeline over 130 years of auto industry history from its very beginnings to the present day. On nine levels the museum presents 160 vehicles and over 1,500 exhibits.

The building it self is well worth a visit just for the architecture.

Also note that currently you get 25 percent off the regular ticket price if you show your Mercedes-Benz museum ticket at the Porsche museum, and vice-versa.

Photo by Julian Herzog [GFDL or CC BY 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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Number of exhibited items

Cars & Automotive: 101-200

Items Exhibited at the Museum



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Services / Facilities:
Parking, Interesting Architecture

Museum Contact Info

Contact Email:
Contact Form: No information available
Phone number(s): +49(0)711-17 30 000

Getting to the Museum

Address: Mercedesstraße 100, 70372, Stuttgart, Germany, Europe
Coordinates: 48.7883496, 9.2337622

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Usually only for private use. Always check for latest info on the home page!
Photography permitted: Private use
Tripod permitted: Yes
Flash permitted: Not known


Note: This information was accurate July, 2019 when it was published/updated, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.

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