Introducing future Porsche designers, drivers, and engineers to the world of German automotive excellence.
For most automotive enthusiasts, a passion for cars began during childhood, through admiring poster supercars and drawing their own creative examples. Porsche understands the importance of childhood development within the automotive industry, which is why the German manufacturer continues to host summer programs for kids at the Porsche Museum. Porsche is proud to announce its 10th Anniversary of the program celebrating ’50 Years of Porsche Development Weissach’. The Porsche Museum is offering an exciting free program for girls and boys between 5 and 13 years of age in the summer holidays. From 3 to 22 August, ‘Porsche 4Kids’ will give young visitors the chance to enjoy a program on the museum’s event floor from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. As future developers, the children will be allowed to look behind doors that are normally closed. They will experience the development process of a Porsche at the stations Design, Prototype, Test Rig and Test Drive. Click the link below for more information on the 10th-Annual ‘Porsche 4Kids’ event and also to meet Tina Turbo and Tom Targa.
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