Located in the Zuffenhausen district of Stuttgart, Germany, The Porsche Museum is an architecturally spectacular establishment with a design language inspired by the brand’s values, dynamism, and attitude.
Envisioned by Vienna-based Delugan Meissl Associated Architects (DMAA), the award-winning car museum features a futuristic 5,600 sqm exhibition space with over 80 legendary automobiles on display, from the 20th-century Egger-Lohner electric vehicle, C.2 Phaeton model to the new generation of Porsche 911.
In addition to this dramatic main area, The Porsche Museum offers an interesting section dedicated to the company’s history and remarkable engineering achievements, as well as a set of smaller, rotating exhibitions on different topics. Another interesting feature is the museum’s workshop, which offers visitors the unique opportunity to watch a highly experienced team of master craftsmen, mechanics, and leatherworkers preparing the classic vehicles for various operations.
In terms of facilities, The Porsche Museum boasts an impressive array of event rooms, an elegant restaurant overlooking the striking Porsche vehicles in the exhibition, and a state-of-the-art shop selling all kinds of Porsche related items, from books and collectibles to fashion and accessories.