Visitors to Stuttgart can gather a wide variety of impressions and experiences in and around the city. We have put together a number of excursion ideas for your company and family.
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Official information on Stuttgart's rich cultural and tourist programme can be found at https://www.stuttgart-tourist.de/en
Stuttgart once wrote architectural history with the world-famous Weissenhofsiedlung on Killesberg. Among other things, you can visit the two Le Corbusier houses in the estate, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Stuttgart Art Museum
In 2005, the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart was opened in a spectacular new building in the heart of the city. Visible from afar, the glass cube has an open and inviting effect thanks to its transparency and today symbolises the urban, modern face of the city.
On the Karlshöhe with its vineyards, gardens and public green spaces lies one of the most popular viewing spots in the city. From up here you have a magnificent view over Stuttgart. The grounds were developed as part of the 1961 Federal Garden Show.
Address: Karlshöhe, 70178 Stuttgart (S-Bahn to Feuersee).
Stuttgart Palace Garden
Between the art building and the state parliament, you can stroll around the corner lake with its fountain. The backdrop of the opera house, the theatre and the Württemberg parliament gives the garden a very special atmosphere. In the garden you will find, among other things, the Academy Garden, a spring garden and the adjoining green spaces of Villa Berg and Rosenstein Palace.
Access at the back of the main railway station, among other places
Old Castle of Stuttgart
In addition to the castle atmosphere, this is where you will find the Württemberg State Museum and the "Junges Schloss" Children's Museum, as well as other exhibitions.
Ludwigsburg Residential Palace
Ludwigsburg Palace is one of the largest baroque palaces still standing in Europe. With three new museum highlights - the Baroque Gallery, the Fashion Museum and the Ceramics Museum - it is also one of the largest cultural centres.