Opened shortly before the start of the Football World Cup in
Germany, the impressive Mercedes-Benz Museum is housed in a slick,
contemporary building, an icon of modern architecture. With an
exhibition space of almost 182,986 square feet (17,000 m/sq)
filling seven levels, the museum takes visitors on a chronological
journey through the history of the Mercedes automobile. Combining
world events occurring at the same time as Benz breakthroughs and
displaying over 160 different vehicles from racing cars and concept
cars to the pope mobile and airplane engines, there is much for the
automobile aficionado to see.
Address: Mercedesstrasse 100 Website: www.museum-mercedes-benz.com Telephone: 711 173 0000 Transportation: The S1 subway to the Daimler Station Opening Time: Tuesday to Sunday 9am-6pm. Closed
Mondays. Admission: EUR8 adults, EUR4 concessions.
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