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The Museum celebrates the automobile invented by Carl Benz in 1886: it relates its history and tells its stories, bringing both alive by placing them in the context of technology, day-to-day life, social history and popular culture. More than 160...more
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This museum by Mercedes-Benz is simply amazing, the whole building of 8 stores show cased Mercedes Benz cars from early age to modern racing and electrical cars. The whole place is very kids-friendly with stroller access throughout the journey. There is also free audio guide...More
Very impressive inventions and collection of cars from Europe’s one of the prestigious car dealers. It’s nice to see the evolution of the first car and motor ever invented, they are priceless collections. A must visit when in Stuttgart.
You will follow a timeline on the development of engines and MB vehicles over the decades. Starting off with the first vehicle, the first flying machine or fuel-driven boat, the Daimler / Benz saga is fascinating. Seeing all the different vehicles to reasonably recent cars,...More
This was our first visit to the Mercedes Museum. The cost was €10/person, which included free lockable lockers (to store your coats) and a multi-language headset. The museum had 8floors of various era cars, to include an outstanding explanation (in both German and English) for...More
Who would not like to know something about history and same time look at collection of these wonderful cars?
You will start from top of the building and walk through world and MB history. Recommendation is to reserve three hours for this - I spend...More
The coolest place to go with a family or friends. Here you will have opportunity to discover the history of development of cars, engines and a lot of over things. I recommend to visit this place it is amazing.
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I haven't done a closed tour but can only guess it is done outside normal museum hours (hence a closed tour) and not during normal museum hours when visitors could tag along with an official tour. Maybe they provide drinks... More
I haven't done a closed tour but can only guess it is done outside normal museum hours (hence a closed tour) and not during normal museum hours when visitors could tag along with an official tour. Maybe they provide drinks and nibbles on closed tour, don't know. Best ask Mercedes.