The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany offers a rare immersion in automobile history—from the world’s first patented car to the most contemporary model, which runs on hydrogen.
The permanent exhibition features over 160 vehicles, each representing an important moment in Mercedes-Benz—and driving—history. They can be viewed through one of the two 2-hour tours offered: the “Legend” and “Collection” pathways. Each brings you to the top level of the museum to begin with some of the world’s oldest vehicles from 1886, and winds you down nine levels to the latest research car designs at the bottom. A visit to the fascinating Mercedes-Benz Museum puts you in close contact with the past, present and future of moving vehicles. Just over 100km from Baden-Baden, it’s an easy day trip for visitors to Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa and Villa Stéphanie.
Open Wednesday to Sunday from 9.00am to 6.00pm