At the Prototype Museum you should at least do twothings: enjoy the view of Jordan's car of 191, on which Michael Schumacherentered the world of "Formula-1" and listen in a special booth to thesound of different models’ engines. In total, there are about 50 racing cars here,in the former factory building, dating to the period starting in the secondhalf of the twentieth century. Most of them are the only copies. You can buytheir tiny copies in the museum’s souvenir shop.
The pearl of Prototype Museum's collection is aPorsche of 1939, created for the Berlin-Rome rally. The cars are restored inthe workshop with glass walls located at the museum, so that the museumvisitors can watch the process. In the other room they can watch a documentaryabout the development of German motorsport. A racing simulator, created from areal Porsche 356 is the center of attraction for children at the museum. On theground floor, you can learn why the museum is called that way: there areprototypes of different vehicles - sleighs, motorcycles, bicycles and boats.