Great offers for bus companies
who want to celebrate the Swabian way are nothing new. However, did you know that since May 2010, the local area has had more pigs than anywhere else in the world?
On the 1st of May, 2010, a curious new destination opened in Stuttgart, and it’s not just unrivalled in the region. That was the day that the largest pig museum in the world moved into the old Stuttgarter Schlachthof administrative building, which has delighted thousands of visitors for years with its exhibition area of more than 800 square meters, 27 themed rooms and now more than 50,000 exhibits.
Not just for friends and lovers of pig art, kitsch and culture come into their own in the old Stuttgarter Schlachthof administrative building. Even connoisseurs of good German food will immediately feel at home inside the art nouveau building’s inviting rooms.
Gastronomic offers for travellers:
A beautiful, large Beer Garden with space for around 600 guests, comfortable guestrooms with place for another 195 guests, and two sun-covered terraces invite you for a feast.
The Stuttgarter Schlachthoff Guesthouse and the Pig Museum together make an ideal day trip for tour bus groups. There’s plenty of spaces for bus parking right outside, and within close proximity to other tourist highlights such as the Mercedes-Benz Museum, the Wilhelma (Stuttgart Zoo) or the second largest folk festival in the world, the “Cannstatter Volksfest”, making the Pig Museum a perfect destination for day trips or mini getaways.