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Things to do this November in Stuttgart

Things to do in November

After this golden days in October fall has finally arrived. But it brings us lots of fairs, cultural highlights and even the beginning of the Christmas Markets! Check out my favorite events this November in Stuttgart:

  • Celebrate Dia de los Muertos, the Mexican “Day of the Dead” on November 1 at Linden-Museum with live music and special workshops for kids.
  • If you like French movies you will love the French Movie Days. They are on between November 1 and 8. The movies will be shown in various locations in Stuttgart and Tübingen.
  • You haven’t visited the Pumpkin Festival in Ludwigburg yet? You can still do so until November 5! Don’t miss this fun, pumpkin-themed event.
  • A legendary circus is back in Stuttgart until November 12: Circus Krone. Great artists, wild animals and fun clowns will put a spell on you and your kids.
  • Shop for international arts and crafts at Markt der Völker (Market of the Nations) from November 1 to 5. Next to great (Christmas?!) gifts you can enjoy live music and food from all around the globe.
  • How about enjoying a Full-Moon-Concert inside THE landmark of Stuttgart, the TV-Tower? You can do so on November 3 and 4.
  • Halloween is over but you can’t get enough of spooky things? Then you should join the Ghostwalk through the city center on November 3. The tour will be held in English and you will learn about spooky monks, headless horsemen and shadowy figures, who still can be seen at dawn in Stuttgart. Creepy fun for the whole family!
  • How about a fun night at Staatsgalerie Stuttgart on November 4? You think a visit to a museum can’t be fun?? Well, the Young Night “Pop in , Freak Art” will tell you otherwise. Short tours, performances, DJ-liveacts and yummy snacks and drinks await you!
  • Fall is the time when going to the theater get’s interesting again. If you feel the same way, you might want to check out the new production of NEAT, the New English American Theater. They will perform the story of the genius Einstein on November 6 and 9.
  • Have you heard of the project Up with people? Their mission is to empower young people to be positive agents of change for a more hopeful, trusting and peaceful world through music and action. The stars of the musical show are on a gap year, travel the world, perform in many different places and cultures and stay with host families. Sounds like a very interesting and fun project. You can see their show The Journey from November 6 to 13 at Liederhalle. 
  • All women who want to improve their German language skills are invited to join the Frauen-Lesekreis (Women Reading Circle) at the library in Feuerbach. The group reads stories together and discusses the content afterwards. Their next meeting is on November 11.
  • Shop for creative things and maybe even Christmas gifts at the fair Deine Eigenart at Im Wizemann on November 11.

    Things to do this November: visit Deine Eigenart
    Picture credit: Deine Eigenart
  • Music-enthusiasts listen up: The New Fall Festival is in Stuttgart from November 15 to 19. Various locations, like Liederhalle and Carl-Benz-Arena but also Neues Schloss and Straßenbahnwelt will host events. The goal is to give pop culture a special framework.
  • Another shopping opportunity: at St. Cathereine’s Bazar on November 18. you will find little things like Christmas items and books from the UK and USA.
  • Kessel Culture is the fair – or how they call it arts and crafts festival – for individual products made in Stuttgart on November 18. You’ll find everything there, from craft-beer via craft-furniture to craft-fashion. Get a craft-haircut or even a craft-tatoo! And there will be live music, burlesque shows and food trucks as well. Hell yeah! 😀
  • You like food fairs? Then visit kulinart on November 18 and 19. 70 exhibitors spoil the visitors with local specialities as well as international food trends.
  • Christmas is coming! The fun of the season starts on November 22 with the pre-Christmas-Market Wintertraum at Schlossplatz. Drink your first mulled wine, eat one of the sweet things and impress some special with your ice scating skills on the ice rink.
  • The Baroque Christmas Market Ludwigsburg is the first real Christmas Market to open its gates this year. From November 23 until December 22 you can enjoy the special atmosphere of this lovely market below the illuminated wings of angels.
  • More food fairs: If you’re a meat-lover OR a vegetarian, visit Messe Stuttgart from November 24 to 26! There you can visit the fairs Veggie und frei von and Eat&Style.

    Thing to do this November in Stuttgart: visit the fair eat&style.
    Photo credit: eat&style
  • Enjoy culture for free! On November 24 you can visit several exhibitions at Landesmuseum Württemberg without paying an entrance fee between 2 and 5 pm.
  • Did you know that a lot of great wines are grown on the hills that surround Stuttgart? Try some of them! At the wine tasting Best Wines of Stuttgart on November 25.
  • You love watching birds? Do so with other ornithologists on November 26, 10 am, at Max-Eyth-See, Europe’s smallest bird sanctuary. Bring your own binoculars.
  • The Christmas Market in Stuttgart opens on November 28! Fun fact: Did you know that it is one of the oldest Christmas Markets in Europe? It was mentioned for the first time in 1692 but its roots stretch back even further in time. Quite impressive, right?!  stuttgart christmas market mini train
  • And another Christmas Market opens on November 28 as well: The Medieval Christmas Market in Esslingen. A true gem as well!

Have a fun-tastic November in Stuttgart!

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Hello and welcome to "living in Stuttgart". I am Mel and I love this beautiful city. There are so many things to explore, I can't wait sharing them with you. So come along and let me show you Stuttgart the way I see it.

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I love this! Thanks for the great tips throughout the month!

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