The Mercedes-Benz Museum is one of the most famous sights and the most visited museum in Stuttgart. It offers a unique journey through the last 130 years for all lovers of automotive history. The 47.5m high building and its unique architecture are definitely an attraction for many tourists. In 2019, more than 850,000 people from over 130 different countries visited the museum.

The story

The history of the automotive group began in 1886, when the first vehicle was built. The museum brilliantly depicts the 130-year history of the group. The 160 vehicles and the total of more than 1,500 exhibits in the museum impress visitors and make the museum the only place in the world where the history of the brand can be experienced in a fascinating way.

The exhibition

The exhibition presents not only the past and the interesting history of the brand, but also gives insight into the future. The special exhibition is divided into collection and myth rooms. In the 7 myth rooms, the history of the brand is told according to eras and themes. The collection rooms show the diversity of the brand portfolio. Princess Diana's red SL, the bus of the German men's national soccer team, the Popemobile and Emperor Hirohito's Great Mercedes Type 770 catch the visitors' eyes.

Especially for children

The museum offers many opportunities for all children between 4-14 years, which will make their journey of discovery even more exciting.


The ramps around the museum allow access to the museum for wheelchair users or people with disabilities. In addition, the floor coverings are non-slip, making them perfect for wheelchair users. The audio guides also have special headphones suitable for hearing aid users. Admission to the museum is free for visitors with disabilities and their companions. Guided tours for the blind and wheelchair users are also available.


In the museum you can find a culinary variety:

Museum Shop

From Tuesday to Sunday, all Mercedes-Benz fans can store in the museum store. There you will find a wide selection of Mercedes-Benz products such as model vehicles, luxury watches, current fashion, gift ideas or literature on architecture, design and history. There is something for everyone.


Regular day ticket - 10.00€
Reduced day ticket - 5.00€ Admission for people with disabilities and for children up to 14 years is free. The museum offers not only day tickets, but also annual, group, partner and evening tickets.
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From our hotel you can reach the Mercedes Benz Museum comfortably by S-Bahn within 25 minutes. For this, you walk from us only 5 minutes to the S-Bahn station 'Rotebühlplatz Stadtmitte' and from there take the S1 direction 'Kirchheim (T)' to the station 'Neckarpark'. From Neckarpark you are finally a 10-minute walk away from the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

Sollten Sie die Anfahrt mit dem Auto bevorzugen, erreichen Sie das Mercedes-Benz Museum Stuttgart ausgehend vom Hotel Wartburg in nur 17 Minuten.

Here is the address of the museum:
Mercedes-Benz Museum
Mercedesstraße 100
70372 Stuttgart

Parking facilities:

You can park in the parking garage P4, as well as in the museum parking garage.
Parking fee for the first to third hour: 2,00€/h
Parking fee from the fourth hour: 2,50€/h

Opening hours

Tue-Sun: 9 am to 6 pm
Monday: closed
Last elevator ride: 5:20 pm
The ticket office closes at 5 pm

Source: Stuttgart-Marketing GmbH
Mercedes-Benz Museum © Daimler AG


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