D38***21amazing place, the staff is super kind, tickets are cheap and free entrance for kids. definitely a must see. the whole history of Mercedes and many fun facts from 20th century all displayed on the walls. they also have a gift shop, a restaurant, you can spend one whole day inside
又甜又酸的柠檬茶This Porsche Museum is not very big and thin but interesting. If you have been to the Mercedes-Benz Museum, remember not to lose your Mercedes-Benz ticket, because you can enter the venue with that ticket. There are coffee shops, gift shops, toilets, and some cabinets downstairs to lock your schoolbags, but Porsche will not take any responsibility if any items are missing, so don’t lock your valuables. You need to put one or two euros as a deposit , You can get the deposit back when you put the key back. The museum is upstairs, the place is not big, but many ordinary Porsche cars are very interesting. There will be simulated racing cars on them. Both adults and children can try them, but there is a queue because there are so many people who want to try. You can stop by the Porsche store opposite. The gift shop is not expensive. I bought a refrigerator post as a souvenir of 2.5€.
语希xiThe Zoological and Botanical Garden is worth a visit. It is the only large-scale garden in Germany that is compatible with animals and plants. There are many rare animals and plants, and some endangered animals, such as okapi, Malayan tapir, rhino, as well as bamboo leaves, crocodile, and various Colorful marine fish, etc. The cutest is the penguin area. You can also pet the little penguins gently. It is a large garden worth visiting many times.