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Just 4 euros for a family to enter, this is a fantastic couple of hours. The museum is informative and has some of the best exhibits in automotive history, especially the last Horch found in USA. Plenty for the kids and free sweets are always...More
Great place to get a little background on the origin of Audi. The display tower for Le man race cars was as impressive as the cars themselves and was for me the best part of the exhibition. Its a great place for a cheap short...More
Spent an hour walking around and it was enjoyable and interesting. Disappointing that the models stop around mid 1980’s, would like to have seen it up until today.
Only 2 EUR to get in, thats a bargain.
learned quite a lot about how audi became what it is now
especailly how , in fact 3 or 4 brands have been consumed and been taken in the audi family
the museum is nice, it learns a lot, but it is not overwhelming with...More
If you have an interest in the history of cars and in the area this is a must visit. The history of how Audi was formed and it's success is endurance racing and rallying (particularly Lemans) is very well illustrated, particularly the paternoster display of...More
My husband and I visited the Audi Forum and Museum as part of a 12-day Munich/Bavaria trip. We have an A6 and a Q7 at home and we really enjoyed this experience, but if you are interested in cars at all you would find it...More
There is no much entertainment there. Only mechanisms and cars of different times and technologies. No translation in English.
You can touch everything you can walk without crowds.
Souvenir shop is good for fans. No test drives
I think your son might be interesting in visiting the manufacturing floor where Audis are assembled in addition to visiting the museum. We visited Audi at Neckarsulm and toured manufacturing. Contact information is on the... More
I think your son might be interesting in visiting the manufacturing floor where Audis are assembled in addition to visiting the museum. We visited Audi at Neckarsulm and toured manufacturing. Contact information is on the Audi website:
Phone: 0800 - 2 83 44 68
Phone (from abroad): +49 (0)841 - 8 93 57 27
Fax: 0841 - 8 94 18 60
Service times of the Infoline:
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday/Sunday/Public holiday: Answering Machine
Are you taking factory delivery for your S5? A factory tour and lunch is a part of the factory delivery package. We saw numerous factory delivered cars the day we toured the manufacturing plant. If you are taking a... More
Are you taking factory delivery for your S5? A factory tour and lunch is a part of the factory delivery package. We saw numerous factory delivered cars the day we toured the manufacturing plant. If you are taking a factory delivery, your Audi dealer should be helping you make arrangements for the tour and lunch. If you are NOT taking factory delivery, your Audi dealer should STILL be helping you make arrangements for the tour - but lunch may be on your own unless your dealership is influential. I would press your Audi dealership for as much help as possible.
We arranged for the factory tour on our own. We wrote Audi directly. Here are the phone numbers the Audi people gave us when they emailed us back to confirm our factory tour. Sorry, I tried to include the email address but TripAdvisor posting guidelines prohibits links.
Tel. +49 (0) 800-283 4468
Fax. +49 (0) 841-89 41860