• Activities for families and kids.

Carlotta in the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

From Sunday, 01 August 2021 to Sunday, 26 December 2021 from 2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m., Carlotta is on tour every Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

Carlotta in the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

Children’s programme at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

The history of the automobile holds a special fascination for all age groups. The Mercedes-Benz Museum offers numerous special amenities and services tailored especially to families with children and school classes.

  • Family parking spaces in the museum’s multi-storey car park (except P4)
  • Admission to the Mercedes-Benz Museum is free for all children up to the age of 14.
  • Children and adolescents before the age of 14, must be accompanied by a legal guardian or equivalent supervisor.
  • A barrier-free exhibition
  • Discovery book and exploration booklets for children, young people and parents. Available free of charge on CAMPUS on level 0. 
  • The free audio guide with a special children’s profile is recommended as an alternative for visitors aged six and over.
  • Baby buggies may be borrowed for a deposit of €50.
  • Mothers’ and babies’ rooms and sanitary facilities are available on all levels.
  • Classes from Primary on, receive age-based booklets on demand.
  • Special guided tours for children.
  • Every weekend there is a colourful children's programme. Please note the current information. 


Children’s toilets and high chairs round off the family-oriented amenities.

Children’s programme at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.
Children’s programme at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.
Children’s programme at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.


Opening hours CAMPUS for families:

Friday: 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Offers for school classes and day care centres can be found here.

What age are children allowed to enter the museum unsupervised?

Children under the age of 14 are only allowed to visit the exhibition if accompanied by an adult.

Baby buggies may be borrowed (at the ticket desk) for a deposit of €50.


Mercedes-Benz Classic Kontakt Center
Phone: +49 711-17 30 000
Fax: +49 711-17 30 400
Email: classic@daimler.com


A girl called Mercedes.

This stop-motion animation was made by three students from the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design – Annarita Matuschka, Eduard Losing and Dirk Michael Flach – plus Stefan Heller, a freelance artist and animated film maker. Their short film, which lasts around two minutes, invites the viewer to see the history of the Mercedes-Benz brand in a new dimension. The stars of the short film include the inventors of the automobile Carl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler along with two female protagonists: Bertha Benz, who made the world’s first long-distance car journey with her sons in 1888, and Mercédès Jellinek, who gave her name to Daimler’s car brand in 1902. The individual scenes are told with skilfully drawn figures, along with buildings and scenery. The creative use of scissors, pen and paper has brought the two-dimensional protagonists to life. When it came to creating the animation, the most important tools were the film makers’ own hands and their voices which feature on the accompanying soundtrack. They also used various models which they built themselves and a computer, and the music was specially composed. From the screenplay to post-production, the film is the result of intensive teamwork.

Hungry for History.

“Hungry for History” is the work of Marco Erbrich and Florian Greth from Flyvision Media, both of whom were students at the Film Academy in Ludwigsburg until 2014. Erbrich and Greth’s film plays with the aesthetic of classic monster films. In it a gigantic shiny silver creature suddenly appears in a series of historic film sequences from the company’s archives. The Museum-shaped monster has a huge appetite for iconic Mercedes-Benz-branded vehicles. The succinct story lasts around a minute in length and all becomes clear in the final shot. The monster grew out of a digital animation of the Museum’s façade.