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ABOVE: The open door of a Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing frames the entrance of the Classic Center in Fellbach.

Visitor information

The Mercedes-Benz Classic Center is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. except holidays.  For more information, see the Classic Center's English-language Web site and FAQ.

  • Note: The Classic Center has a gift shop with Mercedes-Benz car models, driving accessories, clothing, etc., so you needn't go home empty-handed if you've resisted the temptation to buy a classic car.

Directions from Stuttgart

The Classic Center is in Fellbach, a suburb of Stuttgart, not far from the Mercedes-Benz Museum. For detailed directions (including a map), click here.

The Classic Center on the Web:

Mercedes-Benz Classic
Learn about Mercedes-Benz heritage and click "Mercedes-Benz Classic Center" for information about "the world's most important rendezvous for enthusiasts and owners of classic cars." (If you're shopping for a classic Mercedez-Benz or parts in the USA, try the Classic Center in Irvine, California.)

For more captioned pictures of the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center in Fellbach, continue to page 3 of this article.

Next page: More photos

In this article:
Mercedes-Benz Classic Center - Introduction
Visitor information, Web links
More photos
Random facts and figures about the Classic Center

More Mercedes-Benz and Stuttgart articles:
Mercedes-Benz Museum
Gottlieb Daimler Memorial
Straßenbahnwelt Stuttgart (Stuttgart Tram Museum)

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