Hans-Peter Porsche dream work in Anger

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Hans-Peter Porsche built his dream work in the small town of Anger in Berchtesgadener Land (about half an hour from Berchtesgaden). In this case, the name says it all - on a total area of ​​32.000 square meters and 3.500 square meters of exhibition space, Hans-Peter Porsche impressively presents his lifelong passion for rare tin toys, model trains and sports cars.

He wants to share his passion with like-minded people and those who would like to become like-minded people and make his private collection, his enthusiasm and his dream available to everyone. He has definitely succeeded with the Hans-Peter Porsche dream work and we will now tell you a little more about it.

First of all: You should definitely take a detour to Berchtesgaden on your next vacation Hans-Peter Porsche dream work in Anger make. We can write a lot here, but you just have to see it! The dream work is often touted as a bad weather program, but that definitely doesn't do it justice. It should definitely be on your list and you should plan at least 3-4 hours for it!

What can you see in the dream work?

The dream work is divided into several rooms, all of which are beautifully designed and presented with great attention to detail. There is something for everybody. Children will probably particularly enjoy the model railway and the huge outdoor playground with the park railway, while adults will enjoy the exclusivity and rarity of what is on display Tin toys and sports cars will appreciate.

Tin toy collection

Carefully selected exhibits are exhibited here on an area of ​​3.500 square meters, of course also by Hans-Peter Porsche himself. We have one like this Tin toy collection never seen before in this variety and rarity and definitely find it an absolute highlight. Fans of historical tin toys can certainly spend a few hours here and find one special exhibit after another in the elegant display cases, perhaps even with the “I had that too” effect.

Model Railway

The dream factory covers an area of ​​340 square meters a model railway system built up. There, 190 trains alternately travel through lifelike replicas of various landscape regions in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The magic lies in the many small details that will definitely amaze you. The many small houses, figures, trees - all designed with so much attention to detail. It's fascinating and really feels like a little dream world. The imagination knows no limits. The whole thing is rounded off by the impressive light and sound effects. With the help of 30 projectors, day and night, sunrise and starry sky are simulated, so you can experience practically a whole day in just 17 minutes.

Sports car exhibition

Although the name Porsche Traumwerk might lead you to believe that this museum is only about cars, as you have probably already noticed, the sports cars are almost irrelevant here. Nevertheless, in the so-called interchangeable mechanism, which you can also rent for events can, some limited and exclusive sports car originals on display. Mind you, only if the room is not currently booked for an event.

The Wechselwerk as an event location

The change mechanism is the ideal location for presentations, receptions, lectures, meetings and celebrations all kinds.

Up to 300 people can comfortably sit.
There are different seating options to choose from.

You can find out more about Traumwerk as an event location here: https://www.traumwerk.de/events/

Dreamworks Park

The Traumwerk Park is a huge one Adventure playground in the outdoor area of ​​the Traumwerk. Children can let off steam, slide, climb and swing on 25.000 square meters. Another highlight is when the weather is dry Park railway. An electric locomotive runs here several times a day on 1,3 km of track and can pull 8 fully occupied passenger cars without any problems. Your children will have a lot of fun and you can relax on the many seating options and enjoy the sun. That's how it can be endured, right?

Restaurant in the dream factory

The Hans-Peter Porsche dream factory also has a lot to offer in terms of cuisine.
The dream breakfast from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. offers the perfect start to the day with everything your heart desires. Afterwards you can treat yourself to regional and Mediterranean delicacies in the Traumwerk Restaurant. In addition to hearty classics and delicious snacks for a little hunger in between, seasonal daily specials are also offered and there are homemade cakes with coffee. When the weather is nice, you can enjoy all the culinary specialties on the terrace with a view of the mountain panorama, the spacious park and the children's playground.

You can find them here breakfast menu (9 – 10:30 a.m.)

Entry into the Hans-Peter Porsche dream factory 2024

Single tickets

Children up to 6 years Children 7-17 years Adult Seniors aged 65 and over
11 Euros
16 Euros
14 Euros

* with a guest card you receive a 2 euro discount per ticket.

Family and group tickets

2 adults and up to 4 children Adults from 15 people Seniors from 15 people
39 Euros
14 Euros
12 Euros

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Opening times Hans-Peter Porsche Traumwerk 2024

Tuesday to Sunday and on public holidays 9:00 a.m. to 17:30 p.m.

The Traumwerk remains closed on Mondays (excluding public holidays).

Who is Hans Peter Porsche?

Hans-Peter Porsche was born in Stuttgart on October 29, 1940 as one of four brothers.  

His grandfather is the famous visionary and engineer Ferdinand Porsche, founder of the Porsche dynasty, who had a significant impact on the automotive industry. In addition to a prototype of the VW Beetle in 1934, he finally built the first sports car in 1948 together with Ferry Porsche, the father of Hans-Peter Porsche. The 356 – a true icon.

After his successful training as an engineer at the mechanical engineering school in Salzburg, Hans-Peter Porsche joined the family business just like his father and brothers. He was an assistant to the management and headed production at the Porsche factory in Stuttgart until 1971.

When the family decided to withdraw from all operational jobs in 1972, he remained managing partner and member of all controlling bodies.

In 2015 he started building the Porsche Museum in Anger - Hans-Peter Porsche's dream work - put his own stamp on his family's creative legacy and fulfilled his lifelong dream. His own museum where he can show the world his enthusiasm and passion for his lifelong collection of sports cars, tin toys and model trains. He more than succeeded with his Hans-Peter Porsche dream work!

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