In line with the Coronavirus Ordinance of the State of Baden-Württemberg issued on 14 May 2021, the Porsche Museum will reopen on Tuesday, 1 June 2021.
In addition to the comprehensive hygiene concept already in place, all visitors from the age of 6 are required to provide a negative coronavirus test (24-hour validity), confirmation of recovery or official proof of vaccination. If proof of recovery or vaccination cannot be provided, a coronavirus test must be carried out prior to the start of the museum visit. A public testing station has been set up on the museum forecourt which is open between 8:30 am and 6:30 pm from Tuesday to Sunday.
It is mandatory for all visitors aged 6 and older to wear an FFP2 or medical mask throughout the museum building. If the incidence level drops below 50, these conditions no longer apply to museum visits. If the incidence rises above 100, the museum must close again as required by federal emergency measures. You can view the current incidence for the city of Stuttgart here.
The Porsche Museum is open between 9 am and 6 pm from Tuesday to Sunday. On the website www.porsche.com/Museum, the museum provides information on the current opening status along with details of measures as applicable, which are fully aligned with official requirements. We regret that guided tours of the factory and the museum cannot be offered until further notice. Details of the successive start-up of visitor programmes are also available on the Porsche Museum website.
Admission to the restaurant requires a negative coronavirus test (24-hour validity), confirmation of recovery or an official vaccination certificate.
From 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and 5:30 pm to 9 pm, Tuesday to Saturday
The Boxenstopp bistro is currently operating on a self-service basis. There is seating for up to 30 inside, with additional seating available outside weather permitting. Admission to the bistro requires a negative coronavirus test (24-hour validity), confirmation of recovery or an official vaccination certificate. Only takeaway food and drinks can be collected without proof of a test. The bistro team will be happy to take orders by phone on 0711 91125980.
From 10 am to 6 pm, Tuesday to Sunday
The Coffee Bar will remain closed until further notice.
Purchases in the Museum Shop do not require prior registration, but requires a negative coronavirus test (24-hour validity), confirmation of recovery or official vaccination certificate. There may be waiting times due to the limited number of people allowed in the store.
Vehicle collection is possible without a test certificate since handover and vehicle instruction take place on the forecourt of the museum.
Monday: 9 am to 11 am
Tuesday to Sunday: 9 am to 6 pm