Tuesday-Sunday, public holidays 10:00-18:00 (17:30 stop admission), closed on Monday, December 24-26, December 31 and January 1. According to the adjustment of the month and season change time, it is recommended to check the official website in advance.
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2 hours
Address: Am Olympiapark 2, 80809 Munich, Bavaria
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Germany's industry is world-famous, especially in the automotive industry, so it is outstanding. So, when you come to Munich, you must arrange time to come to the BMW Museum to see what the top car museum looks like. The BMW Museum is located next to the BMW headquarters. The two buildings are integrated into one. The aerial photography can be seen as a BMW logo, very creative.
Here, you can see the history of BMW, and there are many very unique mini-cars, classic cars that have become treasures, classic luxury business cars, and very creative concept cars. People love it.
In addition to BMW's full range of cars, as well as BMW motorcycles, it is equally exciting. There is still a lot of interaction, it is worth a visit.
The size of the BMW Museum is between the Mercedes-Benz and the Porsche Museum. The biggest feature here is the experience and fun, especially the free "BMW World" opposite the museum. Every car can sit and experience, and the 4s shop next door can Meet your desire to test drive. Before the museum opened, we waited in the "BMW World". The result was so interesting. It was not long before the door was attracted and scattered by various interesting booths. It took a long time to gather together and pull the museum.
The BMW Museum in Munich, Germany has many fascinating cars and motorcycles that illustrate in living color the history and future of German engineered vehicles. The fascinating evolution of automobiles and motorcycles is demonstrated in flawless perfection. Learn about powerful engines and forward thinking safety features in exhibits spanning nearly a century. Discover the technology and design of current and future models in seven distinct exhibit areas. Feel and see the fine materials that go in to making each individual BMW on a huge sample board. Get up close and personal with current models in The Gallery of Driving Pleasure.