A n this day the visitors have the opportunity to take a look behind the scenes of the Porsche Museum. For example, the glass doors to the museum workshop are open so that visitors can look over the shoulders of the team of mechanics while restoring historic Porsche vehicles.
The event level, which is normally not open to visitors, will also be part of the birthday celebrations. There is also a specially set up Porsche cinema and a handicraft table for children as well as the opportunity to be photographed in the 911 Speedster.
Porsche works driver Marc Lieb as a guest
The visit by Porsche works driver Marc Lieb should be a highlight for motorsport fans. He signs autographs and answers questions about motorsport. In addition, an engineer will use the current Porsche 911 GT3 R to explain how to work with data on a laptop in motorsport. 'In addition, we will regularly start our vehicles in the exhibition and in the museum workshop - a real listening pleasure,' announces museum director Achim Stejskal.
The Porsche Museum is on Sunday, January 31, 2010 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm O'clock open. Admission costs eight euros, with a reduced price of four euros. Children up to 14 years of age have free entry when accompanied by an adult. Parking is available in the in-house underground car park.