Curtain up for the automobile invented by Carl Benz in 1886: the Mercedes-Benz Museum brings to life its history and stories about the connection between technology and everyday life, between contemporary history and popular culture. It shows you an exciting interaction between innovation and history.https://www.mercedes-benz.com/de/mercedes-benz/classic/museum/
Around 80 vehicles and various small exhibits are on display in the spacious exhibition area of the Porsche Museum. The constant change of exhibits contributes to the dynamic of the exhibition. You will also find a special workshop for the historic museum vehicles on around 26,000 square metres of museum space. Through a glass pane, you can watch Porsche classics being restored or vintage cars being prepared for racing. This service is in demand - because around 70 percent of all Porsche ever built are still on the road today.https://www.porsche.com/museum/de/
The Kunstmuseum Stuttgart has a permanent collection and three to four special stables. A disused tunnel system increases the exhibition area by 5,000 square metres in a discreet and sophisticated way. Here you will find the highlights of the collection: over 15,000 works of Swabian Impressionism, classical modernism and contemporary art.
The Stuttgart Art Museum is known for its collection of works by the artist Otto Dix.