Stuttgart - the city of art and culture! Discover Stuttgart’s famous attractions such as the Porsche Museum, and insider tips away from the madding crowds!
The art museum, opened in 1843, shows paintings from the late Middle-Ages, as well as sculptures and a comprehensive collection of prints and drawings. Designed by the architect James Stirling, the building ranks as a masterpiece of post-modern architecture.
Read more here: www.staatsgalerie.de
Stuttgart State Theatre offers a comprehensive, challenging programme in each of the three areas of opera, ballet and theatre. Culture enthusiasts come here at their peril!
All information and schedules here: www.staatstheater-stuttgart.de
The largest cultural history museum in Baden-Württemberg was founded in 1862 by King Wilhelm I. With its exhibits, the museum places the history of the State in the foreground, from the Stone Age to the present day, supported by numerous special exhibitions on a wide range of subjects.
Museum information: www.landesmuseum-stuttgart.de
One of Stuttgart’s architecturally most interesting Museums is situated in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen.You can see more than 80 vehicles in the extensive exhibition area. At regular intervals, the range of exhibits is expanded to included special exhibitions.
For petrol heads: www.porsche.com/museum
Just the place for petrol heads! On a space of over 16,500 sqm, the Mercedes-Benz Museum has a display of more than 160 vehicles and 1500 exhibits. The visitor can get up close and personal with 125 years of automotive history!
For car fans: ww.mercedes-benz.de
A visit to Stuttgart is well worthwhile for any fan of musicals! Not one but two hit musicals await you on the two stage theatre in the SI Centre.
Information, schedules and times: www.stage-entertainment.de