41 Sights in Stuttgart, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Stuttgart, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 41 sights are available in Stuttgart, Germany.

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1. Höhenpark Killesberg

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The Killesbergpark is an urban public park of half a square kilometre in Stuttgart, Germany. It is just north of the state capital, where Killesberg is a quarter of the borough of Stuttgart-Nord (North).

Wikipedia: Killesbergpark (EN)

2. Leonhardskirche

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The Leonhardskirche in Stuttgart is the second oldest church foundation in the old town of Stuttgart and today the center of the Evangelische Leonhardkirchengemeinde Stuttgart within the church district Stuttgart of the Evangelical Church in Württemberg.

Wikipedia: Leonhardskirche (Stuttgart) (DE)

3. Straßenbahnmuseum Stuttgart

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Stuttgarter Historische Straenbahnen E. Founded in 1987. V. (SHB) records the Stuttgart Tram (SSB) and neighbourhood and/or technical history using historical vehicles from 1868 to 1986 as well as operational and technical items. Transport companies with which they operate, such as Filderbahn-Gesellschaft, Städtische Straenbahn Feuerbach (SSF), Esslingen am Neckar Tram (operated by Esslinger Städtische Straenbahn (ESS)) and Esslingen-Nellingen-Denkendorf Tram (END). To this end, the Association, as owner of vehicles and technical equipment, operates the Stuttgart Straenbahnwelt Museum in cooperation with Stuttgarter Straenbahnen AG of Bad Cannstatt, which also carries out round trips on the historic old-fashioned lines on the preserved part of Stuttgart's meter-gauge railway network.

Wikipedia: Stuttgarter Historische Straßenbahnen (DE)

4. Neues Schloss

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The New Palace is an 18th-century Baroque palace in Stuttgart and is one of the last large city palaces built in Southern Germany. The palace is located in the on the Schlossplatz in front of the Jubiläumssäule column and Königsbau. Public tours of the building are only permitted by special arrangement, as the building contains some government offices. Once a historic residence of the Kings of Württemberg, the New Palace derives its name from its commissioning by Duke Carl Eugen of Württemberg to replace the Old Castle in the early years of his reign. Originally, Charles commissioned Nikolaus Friedrich Thouret, but architects Leopoldo Retti, Philippe de La Guêpière, Reinhard Heinrich Ferdinand Fischer would contribute to the design, history, and construction of the palace.

Wikipedia: New Palace, Stuttgart (EN)

5. Domkirche St. Eberhard

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Stuttgart Cathedral or St Eberhard's Cathedral is a church in the German city of Stuttgart. It is dedicated to Saint Eberhard of Salzburg. Since 1978, it has been co-cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart, whose main cathedral is Rottenburg Cathedral - the church's promotion marked the 150th anniversary of the diocese and its renaming as the Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart. The parish dates back to the Medieval era while the current building was completed in 1955, eleven years after it was mostly destroyed by Allied air raids in 1944.

Wikipedia: Stuttgart Cathedral (EN)

6. Theodor-Heuss-Haus

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Theodore Hughes House is the former residence of Theodore Hughes (1884-1963), the first federal president of Germany. It is located on the Feuerbach Wasteland in Kilsburg, next to the Porsche Villa built in 1923. The Federal President-Theodore Hess-House Foundation acquired the building in 1995 and rebuilt, renovated and expanded it under plans by Stuttgart architectural firm Behnisch & Partner. Federal President Johannes Law opened on August 8th. The museum was completed on March 3, 2002.

Wikipedia: Theodor-Heuss-Haus (DE)

7. Ruine der Freitreppenanlage des ehemaligen Neuen Lusthauses

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The new Lusthaus in Stuttgart is considered one of the most important buildings of the late German Renaissance and was the site of palace parties and celebrations. Gustav Wais, Stuttgart's chronicler and monument keeper, described the building in 1954 as "one of the noblest buildings of the German Renaissance and would be Stuttgart's main attraction if we still owned it today". Because of many traditions, the architectural history and appearance are well known.

Wikipedia: Neues Lusthaus Stuttgart (DE)

8. Markthalle

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Stuttgart Market Hall opened in central Stuttgart in 1914. Today, Markthalle is a high-end food market. It provides a total of 6,800 square metres of available space for service providers and retailers, of which 3,500 square metres are used for sales booths on the ground floor. In 2010, there were 37 different stalls. The pillarless space of the hall is 60 meters long and 25 meters wide. There are several restaurants in Sporerstraße and Markthalle.

Wikipedia: Markthalle Stuttgart (DE)

9. Gruhe

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Ruhstein, also known as Ruhstein, Ruhbank, Grubstock, Gruhe, Gruhbank, Krugstatt or Gruegstatt, as well as Raststein, was a single-or multi-knotted bench used in the early days as a rest for load carriers. Although there were similar wooden devices at first, the existing rest benches are made of Stone. As witnesses to early forms of traffic and old routes of traffic, many rest benches are now considered small or country monuments.

Wikipedia: Ruhstein (DE)

10. Jubiläumssäule

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The Jubilee Column is a monument erected on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the government and the 60th birthday of King Wilhelm I of Württemberg from 1841 to 1846 on the Schloßplatz in Stuttgart. The column consists of a 30-meter-high granite shaft, the 5-meter-high statue of the Roman goddess Concordia, four reliefs with historical scenes and four allegorical figures at the corners of the column base.

Wikipedia: Jubiläumssäule (DE)

11. Heimatmuseum der Deutschen aus Bessarabien und der Dobrudscha

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Heimatmuseum der Deutschen aus Bessarabien und der Dobrudscha Claudia Schneider, Bessarabiendeutscher Verein e.V. / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Heimatmuseum der Deutschen aus Bessarabien und der Dobrudscha is a local history museum of the Bessarabian Germans and the Dobruja Germans in Stuttgart. It was founded there in 1952 as a local history museum of the Bessarabian Germans and has functioned since the annexation of the Landsmannschaft der Dobrudscha- und Bulgariendeutschen 2009 also as a museum for this group of people.

Wikipedia: Heimatmuseum der Deutschen aus Bessarabien und der Dobrudscha (DE)

12. Ferdinand-Leitner-Steg

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The Ferdinand-Leitner-Steg is a pedestrian bridge in Stuttgart that crosses the nine-lane Schillerstraße and connects the Schlossgarten with the Upper Palace Garden. Its southern end is in the Upper Palace Garden near the Schauspielhaus. Its northern end forks into a footbridge to the walkway through the castle garden and a footbridge to the walkway towards the main station.

Wikipedia: Ferdinand-Leitner-Steg (DE)

13. Japan-Garten

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Stuttgart-Ost is one of the five inner districts of the Baden-Württemberg state capital Stuttgart. It lies between the district of Stuttgart-Mitte and the banks of the Neckar opposite Bad Cannstatt. The district consists of the older urban areas of Berg, Gablenberg, Gaisburg and Ostheim as well as the newer districts of Frauenkopf, Stöckach, Uhlandshöhe and Gänsheide.

Wikipedia: Stuttgart-Ost (DE)

14. Stauffenberg Erinnerungsstätte

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The Stauffenberg Memorial in Stuttgart Castle is dedicated to Hitler's assassin, Count Klaus Schenk von Stauffenberg, and his brother and accomplice, Berthold. The exhibition was initiated by Christopher Palmer, then Minister of State of Baden-Württemberg, and conceived and realized by Baden-Württemberg Historical House on behalf of Baden-Württemberg Foundation.

Wikipedia: Stauffenberg-Erinnerungsstätte im Stuttgarter Alten Schloss (DE)

15. Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde am Löwentor

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The Museum am Löwentor, often short Löwentormuseum, is a museum of paleontology and geology. It is part of the State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart, which also includes the Museum Schloss Rosenstein and some branch offices. The Museum am Löwentor is located in the north of Stuttgart on the edge of rosensteinpark and has about 110,000 visitors a year.

Wikipedia: Museum am Löwentor (DE)

16. Jupitergigantensäule von Hausen an der Zaber

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The Jupiter Giant Column of Hausen an der Zaber is a consecration monument for Jupiter and Juno, which a Roman citizen had built around the year 200 on his estate in Hausen an der Zaber. During an excavation in 1964, the almost completely preserved remains of the column were recovered and transferred to the collection of the Roman Lapidarium Stuttgart.

Wikipedia: Jupitergigantensäule von Hausen an der Zaber (DE)

17. Städtisches Lapidarium

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Städtisches Lapidarium Johannes Fasolt / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Stuttgart Städtische Lapidarium is an open-air museum located in the former Ostertag-Siegel Villa Park in Stuttgart, Germany. This gem museum displays more than 200 artifacts from Stuttgart's five-century history, most of which are Stone, as well as the Roman antiquities collection of Karl von Ostertag-Siegel (1860-1924).

Wikipedia: Städtisches Lapidarium Stuttgart (DE)

18. Zeichen der Erinnerung

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The memorial sign at Stuttgart North Station reminds us that during the period of National Socialism from 1941 to 1944, more than 2,600 Jews from Stuttgart, Württemberg and Hohenzoren were deported from this place. Almost all of these people were murdered during the Nazi Holocaust (Nazi persecution of Jews) until 1945.

Wikipedia: Gedenkstätte „Zeichen der Erinnerung“ am Nordbahnhof Stuttgart (DE)

19. Weißenburgpark

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The Weißenburgpark is a five-hectare green area in the district of Stuttgart-Süd in the district of Bopser. On a hill in the park are the so-called tea house and the marble hall, which are now used as an excursion restaurant or as a venue. The park itself is laid out with several walking paths and seating to linger.

Wikipedia: Weißenburgpark (DE)

20. Gaisburger Kirche

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The Gaisburg Church is a Protestant church in the Gaisburg district of Stuttgart-Ost. It was created from 1911 to 1913 by the architect Martin Elsaesser as a reinforced concrete building in a mixture of late Art Nouveau, Neoclassicism and Neo-Baroque. It is considered one of the most beautiful churches in Stuttgart.

Wikipedia: Gaisburger Kirche (DE)

21. Löwe

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Deer and Lion are two life-size statues that flank the entrance to the courtyard of the New Palace in Stuttgart on high granite postaments. The two Württemberg heraldic animals were designed and modelled by the Stuttgart court sculptor Antonio Isopi, cast in iron at the Wasseralfingen ironworks and erected in 1823.

Wikipedia: Hirsch und Löwe (Schlossplatz Stuttgart) (DE)

22. Siebener Denkmal

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The "Siebenerbrünnle" monument of seven in Stuttgart (Rotebühl/Herzogstraße) is a monument with obelisks, built in memory of No.125 soldier of the infantry regiment of Emperor Friedrich, King of Prussia, who died in the First World War. It was designed by sculptor Fritz von Graevenitz and dedicated in 1927.

Wikipedia: Siebener-Denkmal (DE)

23. Minerva

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Hercules and Minerva are two colossal statues flanking the entrance portico of the main wing of the New Palace in Stuttgart on stone postaments. In 1759, Pierre François Lejeune, the first sculptor of Duke Carl Eugen of Württemberg, created these statues of the divine hero Hercules and the goddess Minerva.

Wikipedia: Herkules und Minerva (Schlossplatz Stuttgart) (DE)

24. Bismarckturm Stuttgart

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The Bismarck tower is an observation tower built as a Bismarck monument in the Stuttgart district Am Bismarckturm in Stuttgart-Nord. It stands on the highest point in Stuttgart-Nord, the Gähkopf, and offers a good view of the Stuttgart city area as well as distant views in all directions.

Wikipedia: Bismarckturm (Stuttgart) (DE)

25. Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart

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Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart Ulrich Schmid / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Rosenstein Museum is a biology museum in Stuttgart, Germany. It is part of the National Museum of Natural History in Stuttgart, which also includes the Löwentor Museum and several branches. The Natural History Museum of Rosenstein Castle is located in Rosenstein Park. 115,000 visitors.

Wikipedia: Museum Schloss Rosenstein (DE)

26. Kriegsbergturm

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The Kriegsberg Tower in the city of Stuttgart (Germany) is an observation tower. It was built 1894/95 by architect Weigle for the Stuttgart adornment association. Its elevation is 353 meters (Kriegsberg). Geographical coordinates: 9°10'26 "eastern length, 48°47'15" northern latitude

Wikipedia: Kriegsberg Tower (EN)

27. Carl Benz Center

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Karl Benz Center is an activity center in Badkanstadneka Park in Stuttgart, Germany. The investor in this 75 million euro project is Rudolf Hessler. The Carl Benz Centre provides about 20,000 square metres of available space, of which Stuttgart VfB alone uses 4,000 square metres.

Wikipedia: Carl Benz Center (DE)

28. Universelles Leben

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Universal Life is the name of a controversial new religious movement based in Würzburg, Germany, which is described by members as a part of the new revelation movement. The group was originally called Heimholungswerk Jesu Christi, but has been known as Universal Life since 1984.

Wikipedia: Universal Life (EN)

29. Stiftskirche

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The Stiftskirche is an inner-city church in Stuttgart, the capital of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is the main church of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Württemberg as well as the parish church of the evangelical (Lutheran) inner-city church district of Stuttgart.

Wikipedia: Stiftskirche, Stuttgart (EN)

30. Liebesvase

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The Love Vase is a monumental decorative vase in sandstone by Friedrich Distelbarth at the Kammertheaterflügel of the Neue Staatsgalerie in Stuttgart. The vase is built in the style of the Medici vase and bears a bas-relief with the Allegory of the Ages of Love.

Wikipedia: Liebesvase (DE)

31. Galatea-Brunnen

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Galatea-Brunnen Stefan Frerichs (Stefan 14:23, 4. Jun. 2008 (CEST)) / CC BY-SA 2.0 de

The Galatea fountain is a fountain on a viewing platform at Eugensplatz in Stuttgart-Mitte. It was created in 1890 by the architect and sculptor Otto Rieth and the ore foundry Paul Stotz (1850–1899) and is one of the most magnificent fountains in the city.

Wikipedia: Galateabrunnen (Stuttgart) (DE)

32. Schicksals-Brunnen

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Schicksals-Brunnen Stefan Frerichs (Stefan 13:11, 11. Mai 2008 (CEST)) / CC BY-SA 2.0 de

The Schicksalsbrunnen is a fountain in the Upper Palace Garden in Stuttgart, Germany. It was designed in 1914 by the sculptor Karl Donndorf (1870–1941) in Art Nouveau style and is considered one of the most important fountains of this style in Germany.

Wikipedia: Schicksalsbrunnen (Stuttgart) (DE)

33. Markuskirche

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Markuskirche is a Protestant church in the southern part of Stuttgart, Germany, at the corner of Filderstraße and Römerstraße. It was used as a parish church by the Protestant diocese of Markus-Haigst. The Fangelsbach cemetery borders the church.

Wikipedia: Markuskirche (Stuttgart) (DE)

34. Hohe Carlsschule (Akademie)

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Hohe Karlsschule was the strict military academy founded by Karl Eugen, Duke of Württemberg in Stuttgart, Germany. It was first founded in 1770 as a military orphanage, but then converted into a military academy in 1773 for the duke.

Wikipedia: Karlsschule Stuttgart (EN)

35. Fruchtkasten

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The so-called Fruchtkasten is a late Gothic stone building on Schiller Square, one of the oldest surviving buildings in Stuttgart. Today, the house is used as part of the Wurttemberg State Museum as the music home of Fruchtkasten.

Wikipedia: Fruchtkasten (Stuttgart) (DE)

36. Junobrunnen

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Junobrunnen is a fountain in Kursaalanlagen, Stuttgart-Badkanstat, Germany. It was designed in 1910 by sculptor Emil Kimron (1869-1956) in neoclassical style and completed by Stuttgart stone carver Willie Sheffield.

Wikipedia: Junobrunnen (Stuttgart) (DE)

37. Hospitalkirche

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The Hospitalkirche is the third large medieval church foundation in the old town of Stuttgart and today the center of the "Evangelische Hospitalkirchengemeinde Stuttgart" within the church district of Stuttgart.

Wikipedia: Hospitalkirche (Stuttgart) (DE)

38. Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg

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Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg is a museum in Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart, Germany. It is located at "Stuttgarter Kulturmeile" in Konrad-Adenauer-Straße, between Staatsgalerie and Musikhochschule.

Wikipedia: Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg (DE)

39. Villa Moser

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Villa Moser is a country house built in Stuttgart in 1875 by John Windling Braunwald for chocolate maker Edward Otto Moser in Leibfried Garden Park. In 1944, the villa was razed to the ground in an air raid.

Wikipedia: Villa Moser (Stuttgart) (DE)

40. Killesbergturm

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The Killesberg Tower is a 40.4-meter high observation tower located in the Killesberg Park in Stuttgart, Germany. Originally planned for the 1993 World Horticultural Exposition, it was erected only in 2001.

Wikipedia: Killesberg Tower (EN)

41. Skulpturenpark Hajek

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Otto Herbert Hayek is a German abstract painter, graphic artist and sculptor. His architectural heritage and photo archives are located in the Architectural and Engineering Archives of Southwest Germany.

Wikipedia: Otto Herbert Hajek (DE)

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