Electronic guided tour.
A personal Mercedes-Benz expert to guide youThe entrance fee includes the use of an Audio Guide to accompany you on your trip through the Mercedes-Benz Museum. It provides you with access to additional information in eight different languages. You can also choose between four different profiles: Fundamentals, Contemporary Events, Engineering and a profile for children, available in both German and English. This audiovisual museum guide is a new development which transmits relevant information via infrared and Bluetooth® technology to the respective halls as well as the exhibits on display. In addition, the Audio Guide also transmits the audio tracks for a variety of media installations.
Guided tour Automobile.
Milestones and their history
Welcome to the home of the inventor of the motor car! Experience 160 vehicle exhibits and numerous special exhibition pieces and gain an overview of the history of the motor car. The chronological tour through the Legend halls takes you on a journey through time, from the dawn of automotive history in 1886 right through to the present day. In addition, you will also travel through a series of theme-based collections spanning various eras, housed in five different Collection halls. Naturally we are only too happy to cater to the needs of special groups of visitors, such as children, parties of schoolchildren or visitors with physical impairments. We would therefore ask that you specify any special requirements which you may have when making your booking.
Open guided tours.
Open guided museum tour: Tue to Sun at 11 p.m. (English)
Open guided architectural tour: Fri 4 p.m. (German).
Information and registration in the Mercedes-Benz Classic ContactCenter. As per availability. Cost per person: 5 euros plus museum admission.
Tip: individual guided tours can be booked for groups.
Guided tour Architecture.
You’re allowed to be amazedDiscover the unique architecture of the Mercedes-Benz Museum, which rises up into the sky like a spiral. The shape is reminiscent of a DNA double helix structure, and represents the heritage of the Mercedes brand, as expressed in each of the more than 1,500 exhibits which are on display. The tours are conducted by guides who have been specially trained by architects to ensure that you get to discover this impressive structure in great detail. It is a milestone in contemporary architecture, providing an altogether unique perspective on structural design.
Learn how this work of art, composed of glass, concrete and steel, pushed the boundaries of feasibility during its construction. Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of a building which is second to none, and experience the exciting interaction between automotive and architectural elements which come together superbly in a construction which was specifically built around the unique exhibition which it now houses.
Open guided architectural tour: Fri 4 p.m. (German)
Contact and further information
Mercedes-Benz Classic Contact Center
Phone: +49 711 1730000
Guided tours for the blind.
On request the Mercedes-Benz Museum is able to provide guided tours for the blind. The presentation in the Mercedes-Benz Museum becomes a tangible experience for the blind and visually impaired with the help of special models and the ability to touch the exhibits. Our guests are also very welcome to bring guide dogs into the Museum.Handicapped visitors are given preferential treatment at the Mercedes-Benz Museum’s cash desk. Contact and further information Mercedes-Benz Classic Contact Center Phone: +49 711 1730000 Email: email@example.com
Sindelfingen guided factory tours.
The plant tour of Mercedes Benz’s largest plant in the world provides a detailed insight into the fascinating world of vehicle manufacturing. The tour begins at the press/stamping shop, where the parts first take shape, to where the robots perform their ballet in the body shop all the way to the marriage of the body frame to the chassis in the assembly shop. In the logistics’ supermarket you can see how the parts for the vehicles are prepared to be transported to the assembly lines, among other systems, by the two driverless transportation systems called “Bertha and Gottlieb”.
Individual appointments are available when picking up your new vehicle from the Customer Center.
Information for visitors with disabilities
We wish all of our visitors a very pleasant stay in our museum. For this reason, persons who are blind or deaf and persons in wheelchairs need to contact the museum prior to joining a tour of the engine plant. The halls which are viewed during the tour are part of the production facilities and hence not always barrier-free. Please get in touch with us for further information.
Photographing, filming as well as tape recording is strictly prohibited during the tour.
Enquiries for groups should be addressed in writing to the Mercedes-Benz Contact Center Sindelfingen:
The Mercedes-Benz Contact Center in Sindelfingen is open from Monday to Friday, 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
For enquiries regarding tours of car assembly plants, please contact the plants directly: