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Mercedes-Benz Factory Plant Tour

Sindelfingen, Germany
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Ravi A wrote a review Mar 2020
Rajagiriya, Sri Lanka109 contributions59 helpful votes
You sections of the assembly line of S-class being made and robots doing the different types of welding of the E-class. Will not see whole assembly from beginning to end. No photographs or video allowed.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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PeterandLindaD wrote a review Feb 2020
St. Augustine, FL168 contributions54 helpful votes
Whether you are a fan of Mercedes cars or not (we are...), it is a must to see. We had actually added Stuttgart to our itinerary specifically for this. Also, a tour of a nearby Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart is a must. Factory in Sindelfingen is only a few miles away from Stuttgart and very worth of visit, the plant started in 1915 and now employs over 25,000 workers. Tour is available in English, is free and takes about 2 hours.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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colinrG5828BY wrote a review Nov 2019
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We went to the Mercedes factor in the morning and the museum in the afternoon. The English factory tour started at 10.30 and we went early and had breakfast there, the restaurant is lovely. The tour lasted approx two hours and is free and you'll need comfortable walking shoes as you really do go into the factory - unsuitable for small children although older ones would find it fascinating. You need to book in advance in the Damilar site for the factory tour We drove over to the museum and had plenty of time to do it throughout the afternoon - it closes at 6pm. I cannot remember what we paid but it was around£10.00 Don't worry about eating there are restaurants on both sites A really excellent and inexpensive day out not one to be missed! I
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Date of experience: September 2019
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David M wrote a review Oct 2019
Oberursel (Taunus), Germany65 contributions19 helpful votes
Booked the factory tour through the tourism website. Was an amazing couple of ologies through the factory - watching s-class and mayback roll off the assembly line. A couple of warnings - no cameras or photos allowed and tour was only available in German (guide could answer question in English as needed - but make sure you have someone with you that can help out with translation or have some basic German). We did the 6pm-8pm tour which meant you didn’t get a proper look around the shop afterwards. That being said staff were very professional and such an amazing chance to see these cars being made up close.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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BCMBDK wrote a review Aug 2019
Vancouver, Canada4 contributions8 helpful votes
Fascinating, awe-inspiring. Watched gigantic robots assemble and weld some of the E-Class body. Their remarkably precise moves made me think of the robot apocalypse. Next we saw humans install interior components in the same E-Class passenger cars, and learned about some of the innovations Mercedes had used in the assembly of these cars. Later, watched people pick up these cars (among others) from the factory and drive away in them. That was cool. Make sure you book your place on the tour well in advance, at least a few weeks... You don't want to miss this. Neither photos nor video-taking are allowed, but you can see footage from the Sindelfingen assembly line on YouTube.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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