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Stuttgart: Museum of Illusions Entry Ticket

1. Stuttgart: Museum of Illusions Entry Ticket

Explore the Museum of Illusions in Stuttgart and have a visual, sensory, and educational experience as you try a handful of new, unexplored illusions. See the Anti-Gravity Room, the Clone Table, and many more with this entry ticket. Be brave enough to jump into the Vortex Tunnel, a rotating cylinder that makes you lose your sense of balance despite being stable and flat. Warp your reflection in the Mirror Room and get lost in the vast Infinity Room. Enjoy the collection of holograms and see images constantly transforming, appearing, and disappearing before your eyes. Visit the Turntables which create a hypnotic illusion and different turning patterns. Have fun with your friends and family with the Head on the Platter. Round off your visit by learning the illusions' rational and scientific explanations as you walk around. Hear about human vision, perception, and the functioning of intellect.

Stuttgart: TV Tower Tickets

2. Stuttgart: TV Tower Tickets

At 217 meters tall, the TV Tower of Stuttgart was the first in the world and thus the oft-imitated prototype for many other television towers. Regarded as an aesthetic and architectural masterpiece, TV Tower Stuttgart has remained unique with its harmonious proportions and timeless design.  One of Stuttgart's main landmarks, the tower has long attracted visitors from all over the world. Those that reach the top will be treated to fantastic views of the surrounding areas, over the vineyard landscape of the Neckar valley, the Swabian country, towards the Alps, Black Forest and the Odenwald. You may also wish to stop at the restaurant in the tower for a bite to eat or a drink.

Stuttgart: Christmas Garden at the Wilhelma Zoo

3. Stuttgart: Christmas Garden at the Wilhelma Zoo

Experience a uniquely illuminated circular walk through the zoological botanical garden of Wilhelma and let yourself be carried away by many glittering illuminations into a unique Christmas world after dark. The Christmas Garden Stuttgart promises a magical journey through enchanting fantasy worlds and guarantees a wonderful open-air experience for young and old. Escape the drudgery of winter with a trip to the fanciful Christmas Garden at the Wilhelma Zoo. Wandering through the zoo, explore the transformed grounds across a roughly mile-long track, taking in the romantic winter wonderland laid out before you. Amble down long paths alongside waterways, reflecting the Christmas lights strung upon the trees above, taking a moment to pause in fancifully decorated gazebos. With colorful floodlights illuminating snow-covered trees, massive arrays of Christmas lights strung upon buildings and branches, and musical accompaniments to boot, the Christmas Garden is a celebration of the joy of the holidays. Admission tickets are timed to assure a relaxing experience for all, but all are welcome to stay in the gardens until they close. In addition to several gastronomic stands on the circular route, the Wilhelma Restaurant Amazonica is also available. In a special ambience, you can expect, among other things, regional dishes and Swabian specialties suitable for the Christmas season.

Stuttgart: Tickets to Musical “Dance of the Vampires”

4. Stuttgart: Tickets to Musical “Dance of the Vampires”

Experience an amusing musical evening with tickets to the “Dance of the Vampires” by Roman Polanski and follow the moving story of Professor Abronsius, the famous vampire researcher, the vampire Count von Krolock, and the innkeeper’s daughter Sarah. Professor Abronsius sets off on a journey through Transylvania with his shy assistant Alfred. He wants to find and kill the legendary vampires living there. They find accommodation in a rundown inn, which belongs to Chagal and his wife Rebecca, and it is here that Alfred falls head over heels for the beautiful innkeeper’s daughter Sarah. However, the powerful vampire Count von Krolock also has his eye on Sarah and invites her to his castle. Alarmed by the sudden disappearance of Sarah, Alfred and Professor Abronsius go looking for her and the secret of vampires. The disguised pair is warmly welcomed by the fearsome Count von Krolock and his servant Koukol. The events build up over the following 24 hours and culminate at the midnight ball in the castle. Count von Krolock asks Sarah to dance in front of Abronsius and Alfred, and she is dazed by his demonic charisma. Find out whether the professor and Alfred find a way to escape their supposed fate! Humorously told and grandiosely staged, a scary story unfolds in this great musical classic.

Stuttgart: Wine Museum Ticket

5. Stuttgart: Wine Museum Ticket

Visit the Weinbaumuseum, Stuttgart’s wine-growing museum, discover the history of viticulture, and learn all about past and present wine-growing techniques of the area. Explore the different wine-based theme exhibits that take you through the long history and varied characteristics of the juice of the grape, which has enjoyed great popularity in the region of Swabia since the early 12th century. Take in fascinating and curious facts on the subject of viniculture and test with your own nose how the different soil aromas bring about the famous “Bodagfährtle”, or terroir, in the bouquet of Swabia’s wines. After your visit to the different exhibits, it is recommended that you do the fine wine tasting experience in the museum (not included in the ticket price).

Göppingen: Märklin Museum for Metal Toys - Entry Ticket

6. Göppingen: Märklin Museum for Metal Toys - Entry Ticket

Experience the Märklin brand in the Märklineum store's exhibition space with this ticket. Take a journey through 160 years of the company's development, see high-quality model trains, and learn about the company's history. Enter the Märklineum Museum with your ticket and begin your journey through the company's history from a small factory for tin toys to a world-renowned producer of high-quality metal trains. Begin with exhibits showing the first toy trains the company produced in a small workshop in Göppingen. Move forward through time, seeing how the toys evolved through state-of-the-art media exhibits and products. Enjoy a bird's-eye view through the Living World of Model Railroading from Above, which takes you through all eras of railroad history with a realistic day/night projection on the big screen.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 49 reviews

The theme of the exhibition is fascinating and could (if more rooms were available) be expanded, since on average one stays there for only 1 hour. However, the museum is so small that it is difficult to find it despite maps without displays or advertising. The adjoining diverse gastronomy is also provided for the physical well-being. Ergo: recommended for a maximum of 3 hours of free time with all the trimmings!

Very nice experience. Very good organization. I recommend visitors to book the punch served on site in the morning to be able to enjoy the view while having a hearty breakfast.

The trip was really worth it. It's a great view from up there and at sunset it's almost even more beautiful.

This museum is state of the art and it has the weirdest illusions.

The museum is not very big, but we all had a lot of fun.