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The Automuseum PROTOTYP presents the fascination of motorsport in a very emotional way. Around 45 beautifully shaped sports and racing cars are presented as well as the history of the legendary drivers and the ingenious constructors of these cars...more
A small museum with it's own charm and style. Interesting stylish interior which forces you to consider the cars inside as masterpieces. Exibition is mostly dedicated to Porsche and has some prototypes you won't even find in factory museum in Stuttgart. Explains the historic way...More
Visited with other car enthusiasts and was pleasantly surprised at the quality of exhibits on display. The venue has been tastefully designed. The cars are clearly shown and can be inspected thoroughly from the outside. Mainly Porsche and VW and the information given is clear...More
Not the biggest museum in the world, but what it lacks in size more than makes up for with interesting exhibits and for any F1 fans - Michael Schumacher 1st F1 car!
A must for any car fan and generally interesting for anyone. Cheap, well...More
The museum consisted mostly of Porsches, but the museum was still interesting. The cars were pleasing to look at even if you don't know much about them. The information and history about them are more interesting if you know or are interested in cars. One...More
The entrance fare to this is a reasonable 10 Euros. It comprised of 3 levels of exhibitions unsurprisingly mostly Porsches which I really enjoyed. I ended up spending about 2 hours there. There is also a coffee shop and souvenirs which I did not try....More
I visited on a Sunday. You have 3 levels with different themes/periods and you start on the top floor. Got here around 1 pm and not very many visitors.
I really liked the simple descriptions of the car/items that gave you some good/quick insights.
If you like old racing cars especially Germans this is the place. About 80 different cars many protypes from Porsche and VW - including Herbie. Good informative signs and very nice location. You also try to race yourself in a simulator. Michael Schumachers first formula...More