the Porsche Museum underpins the history of Porsche and has been doing so for 15 years.
In that time, the facility has welcomed almost six million visitors from all over the world, exploring and sharing the history of Porsche with its renowned collection of road and race cars and sprawling company archive. More than 28,000 guided tours of the Museum have been undertaken since 2009 and 3,300 events supported worldwide by its dedicated staff.
Following on from the Museum’s extensive 75th anniversary celebrations last year, 2024 will be dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the 911 Turbo.
On 30 July, the Museum is opening a special exhibition to mark ‘50 Years of the Turbo’ and will be supporting further Turbo-themed exhibitions in various museums around the world. From 25-28
April, Porsche Heritage and Museum will also present a special selection of Turbo exhibits at the Retro Classics trade fair in Stuttgart.
Further special events curated by the Museum are scheduled for the Solitude Revival on 22-23 June 2024, the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Monterey Car Week.
All year, the Porsche Museum will also be hosting a range of workshops and activities for children and young people, including educational smartphone and tablet rallies in which puzzles are solved throughout the Museum.
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