Kunstmuseum Stuttgart

The Stuttgart art museum opened in 2005 and shows in a former tunnel system, Swabian Impressionism and temporary exhibitions. Tip: The restaurant on the top floor offers a great view over the city.

 

Kleiner Schlossplatz 1

www.kunstmuseum-stuttgart.de

 

Staatsgalerie

The Staatsgalerie Stuttgart was founded in 1843 and consists of several buildings. The collection ranges from old German painting to Italian and Dutch painting to art around 1980. The building by architect James Stirling is one of the most famous buildings of postmodernism.

 

Konrad-Adenauer-Str. 30-32

www.staatsgalerie.de

 

Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde

The "Museum of Natural History" consists of two buildings, both located in the Rosensteinpark. Prehistoric times and dinosaurs can be found in the "Museum am Löwentor", present day animals ares shown in "Schloss Rosenstein".

 

Rosenstein 1

www.naturkundemuseum-bw.de

 

Museum Weißenhofsiedlung

In Le Corbusier's building there is an exhibition on the history of the Werkbund exhibition at the Weissenhof. Part of the building has been restored as it was at the exhibition in 1927. The building was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is part of the famous Weissenhofsiedlung.

 

Rathenaustr. 1

www.weissenhofmuseum.de

 

Mercedes-Benz Museum

The automobile manufacturer with the star, has created a museum for it's most famous cars. The "Mercedes-Benz Museum" presents historic automobiles and works of art. The museum itself has a very interesting design.

  

Mercedesstraße 100

www.mercedes-benz-classic.com

 

Porsche Museum

The sports car manufacturer from "Zuffenhausen" has also donated a museum to its classics. Here you can admire the design of Porsche in an extraordinary building. In addition to automobiles, the company's history is also presented. You can find out more about the building in the "Architecture guide of Stuttgart". If you are not only interested in design, you can book a guided tour through the production facilities.  

 

Porsche Platz 1

www.porsche.com/museum/de

 

Linden Museum

The "Linden Museum" emerged from an association for commercial geography, which wanted to open up new sales markets. Karl Graf von Linden made an ethnological museum. Today, the "Linden Museum" is a folklore museum that presents the different cultures of the world.

 

Hegelstraße 1

www.lindenmuseum.de

 

Map of museums in Stuttgart

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