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Mercedes Benz Museum Review Stuttgart Germany

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Mercedes Benz Museum Review Stuttgart Germany
Mercedes Benz museum located at Stuttgart, Germany. The Mercedes-Benz Museum is the only museum in the world that can document in a single continuous timeline the more than 130 years of auto industry history from its very beginnings to the present day.

If you are a fans of car and around this area, don't forget to visit the museum. It will take about 2 hours or more if you are going to read every single piece of information.

They even have a Formula One car in the parking lot not only one but few!

I'm myself is not that really fan of cars but I do appreciate them, I believe even if you are not a fan but someone (perhaps your Husband) insisted you to go here just come a Long. The audio guide is great and the history along with the original document just amazed me.

You could spend hours! if you are going to read every single document and history, it will take hours.  Looking at those documents instead of pictures has a different impact certainly.
The audio guide (free for rent) is kind of extension from the written label if you want to deep dive into the information, it's children friendly as well (take a look at the last option on the device).

The Mercedes Benz museum has nine levels and covering a floor space of 16,500 square metres, the museum presents 160 vehicles and over 1,500 exhibits. It's a very large museum!

It's all started from going up with this futuristic looking lift.

It's even more futuristic looking when we arrived at the ninth floor and yes that's a horse.


It's all started in 1886, the world’s first four-wheeled automobile. going through from the past to the future and seeing the evolution of the automobile was kind of fascinating.


it's amazing how human were able to transform from horse and cart to an auto machine, there were also able to transform from simple design to a complex design such as truck, firefighter, bus, etc.


on every floor, you can see the showcase, showing different type of automobile in that particular age.

I didn't know they produced bicycle as well.

On every floor, there's a resting place and a dock to take snapshot of the next floor. Going from top to bottom in a spiral was brilliant and apart from it's easier for the knee, it does convey the timeline of the history very well.



Those racing cars are beautiful, even those "old" Formula 1 cars somehow has kind of a mystical aura around them and I couldn't stopped looking at them.

you really need to prepare few hours if you want to maximize and read those history, honestly I enjoyed this place more compared to the Porsche museum. If I had to pick between those two, I would choose Mercedes Benz Museum.
let me end it here with my favorite car replica from the shop, I would love to have this but too bad the price is way too expensive.

auf wiedersehen Stuttgart :)
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