Porsche Club Factory & Museum Visits
Porsche Club GB has been running Porsche Factory and Museum visits for more than ten years, typically organising three tours a year. These tailor-made trips included visits to additional areas of significant Porsche and motoring history.
In addition to this year’s guided tours of the Zuffenhausen Museum and Factory, members can also enjoy visits to the birthplace of Ferdinand Porsche, Porsche’s Leipzig facilities, and the origins of the 356 in Gmund, Austria.
24 Apr – 1 May, April Visit to Stuttgart, Prague and Leipzig
6 June – 10 June, 70th Anniversary Rally and Celebrations
10 June – 14 June, Chopard Watches and Stuttgart visit
24 Sept – 1 Oct, September Visit to Stuttgart and Salzburg
These trips are always extremely popular and numbers are restricted, so if you are interested in attending or wish to find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Home to more than 80 vehicles and 23,000 horsepower the Porsche Museum in Zuffenhuasen, Stuttgart charts the history of Porsche from the early technical advancements of Professor Ferdinand Porsche through to the latest Le Mans winning race cars.
Displays are constantly evolving and the museum is famous for its special themed exhibitions which has previously included 40 years of the transaxle, the 911 (901 no.57) and most recently 70 years of Porsche Sportscars.
Club members enjoy half price admission to the Porsche Museum upon display of a valid membership card. Groups of up to 25 can also pre-book a 60 minute guided tour of the museum to help you get the most out of your visit. The museum is closed on Mondays – open Tuesday through Sunday 9.00am to 6pm.
Zuffenhausen Factory Tours
Combine your visit to the Museum with a guided Factory tour. These run Monday to Friday and will need to be booked in advance by emailing email@example.com. For Porsche Club members, Factory tours start from just 6 euros with a valid membership card.
Further visitor information for the Porsche Museum and Factory can be found HERE.