Upcoming events

A place to dream. Even with your eyes wide open.

The Porsche Museum is offering an electrifying programme in the first six months of 2020. Electricity has been running in Porsche’s veins from day one. “Soul, electrified.” is the motto for the once more captivating, innovative and entertaining programme in the Porsche Museum. Whatever we do, we always stay true to the tradition of Porsche.

“Breakfast on Porscheplatz” with sumptuous breakfast spread

With so much for visitors to discover − including a host of sports cars and a history rich in tradition − a visit to the Porsche Museum goes by in no time. To ensure that visitors are energised before entering the exhibition, Porsche Gastronomy is offering a very special culinary experience on three Sundays between September and November: “Breakfast on Porscheplatz” in Zuffenhausen.

From 9:00 to 12:00, gourmets can enjoy a delicious breakfast in the atmospheric Christophorus Restaurant. Unfortunately our first three dates are already fully booked. However, we will inform you as soon as possible about the following dates on our homepage. The third-floor location offers guests a unique view over Porscheplatz and the 24-metre-high sculpture with its three pillars, each crowned with a Porsche 911. After enjoying a sparkling welcome drink, coffee and regional specialities such as jam, honey, sausage and cheese, visitors can go into the exhibition energised and admire sports cars from every era. The price of this substantial break-fast, including entry to the museum, is € 27.50 per person, to be paid in advance. Reservations can only be made by email: gastronomie.museum@porsche.de.

Exhibition “Porsche – Pioneer of Electric Mobility” in Berlin

Porsche is introducing its first fully electric sports car as part of the exhibition series “Start to Drive Electric” in the capital city. You can visit the special exhibition “Porsche – Pioneer of Electric Mobility” until 3 January 2021 at “DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum” at Unter den Linden in Berlin. Entry is free of charge.

The exhibition not only deals with topics from the world of electric mobility such as range and energy recuperation, infrastructure and charging, but also takes a good look at the pioneering spirit of the Porsche brand. Sustainability, zero-impact factory, Formula E and the vision of climate-neutral mobility are other areas included in the special exhibition. “The Porsche Museum does not see itself as an institution that just preserves collections and is a guardian of the past,” explains Achim Stejskal, Head of Heritage and the Porsche Museum. “It is our mission to make the past future-proof today. It is our responsibility to safeguard awareness of the heritage of the Porsche company, its products and its philosophy, to further develop this in the future, and to embed its tradition sustainably in the company strategy.”

The visitors will see a number of cars, including a Taycan 4S, two Taycan Turbo S, the endurance test car of the brand, the record car from the Nürburgring Nordschleife, as well as the Formula E display model. Further highlights: At Unter den Linden, a cutaway model of the Porsche Taycan, the Formula E race simulator, touch points with information on the milestones of electric mobility at Porsche, the Taycan cockpit, charging stations, the electric motors of the front and rear axles as well as a Carrera track await. The latter will prove especially energetic as visitors can pedal to generate electricity for the small slot cars themselves. The different experiences provide interaction between digital and analogue.

Visitors can choose between various themes in the media room “Accelerator” and can start projections. Protagonists from different sectors of Porsche who played an important role in the development of the Taycan are introduced there. They talk about their personal Taycan moment, their connection with the car, a pioneering approach and heritage of the brand, about design, sustainability, production, but also performance and adrenaline.

Exhibition “Porsche – Pioneer of Electric Mobility” in Berlin

Porsche 4Kids photography workshop

Throughout the autumn holidays in 2020, professional photographer Micha Pawlitzki will be holding six photography courses at the PORSCHE MUSEUM aimed at children and young people between the ages of 7 and 16. As part of these workshops, Micha Pawlitzki will pass on his fascination for photography to the children and teach them about effective photo composition. In his age-appropriate workshops, Micha Pawlitzki will introduce the young participants to a new, conscious way of seeing things as well as to exciting and fascinating photography. In each of his three-hour courses, the children will photograph two different topics with him. Although all of the course sessions are thematically linked together, they can also be booked separately. No prior technical knowledge is required, just a curious interest for good photography.
Further information are available here.

Course 1

Course 2

Course 3

Porsche 4Kids photography workshop is free of charge.
Number of participants: 10 children per course.
Important: Please bring with you your digital camera, fully charged batteries and memory cards with sufficient capacity

For registration please contact our visitor service: info.museum@porsche.de

Porsche 4Experts “Architecture & Design” photography workshops

The Porsche Museum will once again be offering professionally led photography workshops in 2020 entitled “Architecture & Design”. These photography workshops thematically combine both of the key elements of the Porsche museum: the participants can photograph the museum’s exceptional architecture as well as the fascinating design of the exhibition cars - ideally, by cleverly capturing both elements together. Your workshop instructor, the professional photographer Dr. Micha Pawlitzki, will help you find dynamic, original and unusual perspectives on the architecture and sports cars.

One special feature of these photography workshops is that all the courses are held outside the museum’s opening times. This allows the participants to photograph the museum undisturbed and concentrate on the fascinating architecture, the exhibited cars and design details.
Further information are available here.

Friday, 23 October

Saturday, 24 October

Price: € 169 per participant.
Number of participants: 10 persons per course
Important: Please bring with you your own photography equipment - your digital camera, fully charged batteries and memory cards with sufficient capacity. The use of tripods is explicitly allowed.

For registration please contact our visitor service:info.museum@porsche.de

Review of past events

Take a look at the videos of past events

Porsche 914 Day 2019 Solitude Revival 2019 10 years of the Porsche Museum Sound Night 2018 Celebrating 70 years of Porsche sports cars at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2018 Rallye Monte Carlo 2018 Long night of the museums 2018 Le Mans@Zuffenhausen 2017

Visitor information

Our opening hours are Tuesdays to Sundays from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Address
Porscheplatz 1
70435 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen

Contact

National calls +49 (0)800 - 356 0911
International calls 0049 (0) 711 - 911 20911

info.museum@porsche.de


Factory tours

The health and safety of our guests as well as those of our employees is our first priority, especially in times of Corona pandemic. Therefore, we ask for your understanding as we will not offer tours in the factory until further notice.

Nevertheless we are looking forward to welcoming you at the Porsche Museum, in consideration with all hygiene and distance regulations. Please find all news on this homepage.

Contact

National calls +49 (0)800 - 356 0911
International calls 0049 (0) 711 - 911 20911

factorytours@porsche.de


Events

Now new: our "Breakfast at the Porscheplatz" in Zuffenhausen. Further information about this and current events can be found here.


News

The museum´s operations are in line with the requirements of the Federal Government and the State of Baden-Württemberg for protection against infection with the corona virus.

This includes a guidance system in the entire building to ensure a minimum distance of 1.50 m between visitors. We kindly ask for your understanding that for your protection and that of our employees, we will limit the access by having 250 visitors in the museum at the same time.

Protective masks and sufficient disinfectants are available for you in the museum. To ensure that everything runs smoothly in the Porsche Museum, we ask you to follow the instructions shown and those of the staff.