Spectacular from the outside and high performance on the inside: the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen. Since 1950, the sports cars with the Stuttgart “Rössle” (horse) on the front have been manufactured here at the Porsche Square. Since 2009, right next to the headquarters of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, is located a spectacular automobile museum that tells you the about the product and the motorsport history of the Stuttgart sports car manufacturer.
Inside, you can see more than 80 vehicles and 200 small exhibits on 5,600 square metres of exhibition space: in addition to world-famous automobile icons such as the 356, 911 or 917, technical high performances from the early years of the 20th century by Professor Ferdinand Porsche make the heart of every automobile enthusiast beat faster. By the way, all vehicles still serve their purpose today: they still run.
The Porsche Museum is also incomparable from the outside. The museum building is supported by three V-shaped columns, in which around 6,000 tons of steel have been used - more than in the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Nor can one overlook the sculpture next to the Porsche Museum, whose three stelae are each crowned by a Porsche 911.