Contact.

Mercedes-Benz Classic Contact Center.

Please contact our Mercedes-Benz Classic Customer Center if you have any questions.

Open Monday to saturday from 9.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.

Telefon: +49 711-17 30 000
e-mail: classic@mercedes-benz.com

Address:
Mercedes-Benz Museum
Mercedesstr. 100
70372 Stuttgart

Bitte beachten Sie:
Notice:

During VfB Stuttgart’s football home matches and other major events access to the Mercedes-Benz Museum may be restricted. In such circumstances we recommend using the S-Bahn.

Only bags and backpacks up to a maximum size of A4 are permitted in the exhibition. You are welcome to leave your larger backpacks and suitcases in the cloakroom and lockers. The cloakroom and lockers are free of charge.

Arrival and parking facilities.

Address

Mercedesstraße 100, 70372 Stuttgart

Park & Ride

There are Park & Ride carparks all around Stuttgart. These have connections to the city rail network, so that visitors can reach the Mercedes-Benz Museum without difficulty within 20 to 40 minutes, depending on location. Park & Ride carparks outside the environmental zone are situated at the train stations in Plochingen, Waiblingen, Winnenden, Backnang, Bietigheim-Bissingen, Leonberg, Goldberg, Herrenberg, Gärtringen and Leinfelden. The carparks are signed with train station, S-Bahn or P+R symbols. The parking fee is 1,00 - 2,00 € per day.

Parking facilities

In the museum’s car park or in the P4 multistory car park. Parking fees: 2,00 € per hour for the first, second and third hour; 2,50 € per hour from the fourth hour. Present your parking ticket when shopping in our museum shops or visiting our restaurants and you will be granted one hour of free parking.

Parking with classic cars

We are happy to welcome all visitors travelling in a classic car. You are more than welcome to park on the mound at the main entrance to the museum.

Parking for visitors with a disability

Parking spaces for visitors with a disability is available in the museum's multi-storey car park. You will find these on the ground floor beside the parking ticket machines and glass door. If you use a wheelchair, we kindly ask you to follow the signs leading you to the lift.

Arrival by car

Arriving by car from Karlsruhe

Follow the A8 to the junction for Stuttgart and take the exit for Vaihingen. Take the A831, followed by the B14 towards “Stuttgart-Zentrum” and then the B10/B14. Follow the signs for “NeckarPark”.

Arriving by car from Ulm

Follow the A8 until the exit for Esslingen-Zentrum. Join the B313 and then take the B10 towards Stuttgart. Follow the signs for “NeckarPark”.

Arriving by car from Heilbronn

Follow the A81 until the exit for Zuffenhausen, then take the B10 towards “Stuttgart-Zentrum” and follow the signs for “NeckarPark” in the direction of Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt/Esslingen.

Arrival by train

Enjoy your journey from the beginning. Travel by public transportations directly to the Mercedes-Benz Museum. The German Railway travel information knows the train, trams and bus schedules. From Stuttgart ‘Hauptbahnhof’ (main station) take the S-Bahn (urban railway) line S1 heading for Kirchheim (Teck) to ‘Neckarpark (Mercedes-Benz)’ then follow the guidance system.

German Railway travel information

Arrival by bicycle

The Neckartalradweg cycle path runs right past the museum. Leave the path at the mooring point for “Mercedes-Benz Welt/NeckarPark” and follow the signs for “Mercedes-Benz Museum/Neckar-Park”.

Further information is available at www.neckarradweg.de and www.neckartalradweg-bw.de

E-bikes: There are also nine free lockers with electric charging points available.

Arrival by boat

“Mercedes-Benz Welt/NeckarPark” mooring point (only in summer). Further information is available at www.neckar-kaeptn.de

Arrival by bus

Bus number 56 runs from Bad Cannstatt station to the “Mercedes-Benz Welt” stop. You can reach Bad Cannstatt station on the S-Bahn lines S1, S2 and S3 and on regional and Regional-Express trains. 

German Railway travel information

Arrival by coach

Groups arriving by coach can also be dropped off at the Museum’s on-site turning loop. Several coach parking bays are available free of charge adjacent to the Museum premises.

Charging electric vehicles

Cars: There are nine free Type 2 electric charging points in the museum car park. You can pay a deposit to borrow a suitable charging cable from the information point in the atrium (Level 1).

E-bikes: There are also nine free lockers with electric charging points available.