News from 01.07.2020

InfoTurmStuttgart (ITS) opens to all interested parties from July 3 - Admission free of charge - Guided tours of the exhibition possible

InfoTurmStuttgart Normal operation in the exhibition from July 3, 2020
ITS / Railway project Stuttgart - Ulm / S21 (Photo by Thomas Niedermueller /
ITS / Railway project Stuttgart - Ulm / S21 (Photo by Thomas Niedermueller /

From and including Friday, July 03, 2020, the exhibition in the InfoTurmStuttgart, in short ITS, extends the opening hours for interested visitors. The exhibition will present the rail project and the related topics of the future.

In addition to Stuttgart 21 and the new rail line, information will be provided on the new Rosenstein Quarter, the improvements on the S-Bahn and the state's mobility brand "bwegt".

As in the past more than 20 years, the exhibition is open to the public seven days a week: Monday to Friday from 9 am to 7 pm. On weekends from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is possible without registration and free of charge. Only the personal data are corona-conditionally seized. The entrance to the InfoTurmStuttgart is directly next to platform 16 of Stuttgart main station.

The previous hygiene concept remains in force. Wearing a mouth-nose mask is mandatory in the exhibition. Guided tours of the exhibition are possible. Groups of up to a maximum of ten people can now book the guided tour at a flat rate of one hundred euros. The guided tours take place at intervals of two hours, taking into account a hygiene concept. Information and booking inquiries are accepted by the association under or the telephone number 0711 184 217 16.

ITS facts, figures and data at a glance:

  • Owner of the building: Verein Bahnprojekt Stuttgart-Ulm e.V.
  • Members of the association: Deutsche Bahn, State of Baden-Württemberg, Verband Region Stuttgart, State Capital Stuttgart, Stuttgart Airport, City of Ulm
  • Construction time ten months in total (end of May 2019 until January 2020; interior work until end of March 2020)
  • Budget for construction and exhibition technology: 3.4 million euros
  • Total height of the building: just under 26 meters (above the construction road)
  • Six floors, barrier-free access via elevator
  • Terrace at a height of about 22 meters (above the construction road)
  • Almost 400 square meters of exhibition space
  • Conference room for up to 40 people, with its own terrace, for rent at:
  • Currently, guided tours of the construction site are not yet possible. In principle, interested parties can find out about guided tours of the construction site on the website of the Verein Bahnprojekt Stuttgart-Ulm e.V.:
  • The previous exhibition on the Stuttgart-Ulm rail project in the station tower was in operation from June 1998 - July 2019 and had around 4.3 million visitors. Over 12,000 guided tours have been booked since 2013. This makes the exhibition one of the tourist highlights in Stuttgart.