The Gasometer Pforzheim is a fascinating industrial monument – a historic floating bell gas holder that is over 100 years old, 40 m high and 40 m in diameter.
Inside the Gasometer, visitors can see the world’s largest 360° panorama by the renowned artist Yadegar Asisi. This depicts the splendid buildings of ancient Rome in the year AD 312. From the 15 m high platform (access by lift available), visitors get a close-up view of the Emperor Constantine, the undisputed ruler of Rome, entering the eternal city with his followers. The enormous panorama covers an area of 3,500 m² and offers a view far beyond the walls of the million-strong city.
Use your konus card for free train travel to Pforzheim.
Check out the how silver is mined and ore extracted in the mines of Neubulach. A 40 minute tour will be sure to interest the whole family. The path is easy and comfortable to walk. Dress warm though – the temperature is cool at 8 ° celsius!
More than 80 vehicles will take you from the early years all the way to the present days of Porsche's history.
Enjoy a close-up experience of the history of Porsche. Here you can find unique rareties and sporting legends.
Take a journey through more than 125 years of fascinating automotive history – and on into the future.
Visit the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart and you will be entering the only place in the world capable of documenting the unbroken history of the automobile from its very beginning.
This museum has two fully accessible supersonic jets for you, the Concorde and Tupolev TU-144, located on the museum roof. There is something for everyone to discover in the exhibition halls, hundreds of classic cars and motorcycles from all eras, huge steam engines, formula 1 legends, classy sports cars, record-breaking vehicles like the Blue Flame or Brutus, farming machines, giant engines, a military history exhibition, and much more. A visit to the IMAX 3D movie theatre is an unforgettable experience, featuring exclusive 3D films on a screen as high as a house.