What is included in the tour?
Our guided visitor tours offer an insight into the most interesting production areas of the Sindelfingen plant. This will include visits to areas such as the body-in-white section, the press shop and final assembly.
Which languages are the tours conducted in?
The plant tours are conducted in English or German. For safety reasons, it is essential that those undertaking the tour are able to follow the respective language.
Can I join a plant tour with a child?
Children above a minimum age of 6 years are also able to take part in a tour, as long as accompanied by an adult. To ensure the necessary level of supervision, no more than two children are permitted per adult.
Is it also possible to join a guided tour in a wheelchair?
Several of our factory tours are also suitable for wheelchair users. Please enquire in advance when booking your appointment.
Are animals permitted on the tour?
No animals of any kind are allowed on the tour.
How long does a tour take and how far do you have to walk?
The tour of the plant generally takes 75–135 minutes. We recommend wearing sturdy footwear.
Can pregnant women join a guided tour?
Pregnant women are welcome to join a guided tour, although we would ask that you make the tour guide aware before the start of the tour. We advise against visiting the press shop owing to the vibrations experienced there.
Is it possible to take pictures during the tour?
Filming and photography are absolutely prohibited during the tour of the plant. Anyone who disregards this ban risks being excluded from the tour. Cameras and mobile phones with camera function may be left in lockers.
Is there anywhere I can leave my luggage during my visit?
Lockers in which visitors can leave valuable items are available free of charge. These are to be found at the Customer Centre.
Is there a restaurant we can visit at the Customer Centre?
We offer visitors a range of creative dishes featuring regional and international cuisine in our “Daimler” restaurant. For reservations please call us on telephone number +49 (0)7031 -90 86683 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.