Cul­ture in Stut­tgart

Stuttgart is Germany's cultural capital! There's everything here - from museums to world cultural heritage, from opera and theatre to world-famous ballet. From a lively jazz scene to hip hop Made in Germany from Stuttgart. From magnificent baroque palaces to modern architecture. Take a look around!

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Cultural Highlights in Stuttgart

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Württem­berg State Mu­seum

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The Württemberg State Museum offers its visitors a stimulating presentation of the history of our state from the Stone Age to the present time.

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Porsche Mu­seum Stut­tgart

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The Porsche Museum has been presenting automotive history and “Fascination Porsche” in an incomparable style ever since 2009. The impressive building is located in the heart of the company’s home city of Zuffenhausen and was designed by the Delugan Meissl architectural firm of Vienna.

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The Stut­tgart Bal­let

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For more than 40 years now the Stuttgart Ballet has ranked among the world's best ensembles. Reid Anderson, its director, convinces with a repertoire that gives the younger generation of choreographers lots of scope without neglecting the rich legacy of John Cranko.

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Linden Mu­seum Stut­tgart

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Stuttgart's Linden Museum is one of Europe's leading museums of ethnology, giving fascinating insights into the everyday lives, art and civilisation history of non-European peoples.

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Mer­cedes-Benz Mu­seum Stut­tgart

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Take a journey through more than 130 years of fascinating automotive history – and on into the future. Enter the only place in the world capable of documenting the unbroken history of the automobile from its very beginning.

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The Schaus­piel Stut­tgart

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The Schauspiel Stuttgart theatre company provides important impulses in the German theatre scene. Under its director, Hasko Weber, it is one of Germany's most prominent and best-known ensembles and in 2006 received the "Theatre of the Year" award.

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Bix Jazz Club

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Since 2006 the Bix Jazz Club is a hot spot and melting pot for the jazzscene in Stuttgart, meeting up with international top acts.

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Weis­sen­hof Es­tate with Weis­sen­hof Mu­seum

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The semi-detached homes designed by Le Corbusier, one of the most influential architects of the Twentieth Century, shows the aesthetic, social and technical upheavals of the Moderne.

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The Staats­galer­ie Stut­tgart (State Gal­lery)

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The Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, built in the years 1838 - 1843 under King Wilhelm I of Wuerttemberg, has been one of the most visited German museums, especially since the opening of the world famous expansion from the British star architect James Stirling in the year 1984.

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The Kun­st­mu­seum Stut­tgart (mod­ern art mu­seum)

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The spectacular glass cubicle - build by the Berlin architecture office Hascher and Jehle - is inspiring with its sleek elegance. During the day glass galleries invite you to enjoy a magnificent view of the city and the surrounding slopes, at night the cube floats as a fascinating light sculpture above the Small Schlossplatz.

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The Staat­sop­er Stut­tgart (state op­era)

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The Staatsoper Stuttgart is one of Europe's foremost opera houses and at the same time a branch of Europe's largest tripartite theatre. The Staatsoper repeatedly provides important impulses for today's music theatre scene and enjoys a reputation as one of the world's leading opera houses.

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Theat­er­haus Stut­tgart

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City Library at Milan Square, © Stuttgart-Marketing GmbH, WP Steinheisser

Ar­chi­tec­ture in and around Stut­tgart

Solitude Castle in the snow, © Stuttgart-Marketing GmbH, Thomas Niedermüller

Castles and palaces