News from 08.02.2023
Also in 2023: Construction site open days at Stuttgart Central Station
Experience Stuttgart 21 live:
The open construction site days at Stuttgart Central Station from April 08 to 10, 2023
At Easter, we will once again open the gates to one of the largest and most impressive construction sites in Europe.
The view into the future
Just about all the chalice supports line up to form the station roof - an impression you have to experience live!
From Holy Saturday to Easter Monday, each from 10 am till 5 pm, you will have the opportunity to see for yourself the current construction progress of the new Stuttgart Central Station and to view the unique goblet supports up close.
Despite major logistical challenges associated with the steady progress of the construction site, together with our partners we have managed to bring exciting areas to life that we were unable to show last year. So look forward to exploring the tunnels at the north end, where tracks and switches have already been laid, and taking a short walk across the station roof.
The visit is worthwhile for young and old
At the construction site, you will receive first-hand information on the Stuttgart-Ulm rail project and beyond: e.g. on the Stuttgart Digital Node, the future Stuttgart Rosenstein district and the conversion of the Bonatz Building. Exchange ideas directly with the experts and have the various aspects of the project explained to you.
And of course there will be an appealing supporting program again this year - especially for children.
You can look forward to an exciting Easter rally, an Easter egg hunt, a photo box and great raffles, among other things. Musical entertainment will be provided by Maja Iris Merz and Birds of a Feather.
All information about our information points and attractions can be found on the map or the Event flyer take out.
So be excited for a day full of impressions for friends and family. We are looking forward to seeing you!
The most important info
- 08 to 10 April, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(last admission at 16:30)
- Admission is free of charge.
- Since it is a construction site, not all areas are accessible barrier-free. Info about the barrier-free Routing you will find here. Sturdy shoes are recommended.
- Arrival by public transport: Please pay attention to the route interruptions and the Replacement transport at Easter.