BMW Museum and BMW Welt, Munich
BMW is known around the world for its pioneering automobile inventions and excellent driving experience. Car enthusiasts should make sure they head to the amazing BMW museums Munich when visiting in this picturesque German city.
As the world’s leading manufacturer of exceptional motor vehicles, BMW have an impressive history. The BMW Museum and BMW Welt are among the top attractions in Munich and make an excellent day out. Our cosy Park Inn by Radisson Munich Frankfurter Ring is a short distance away from these and other amazing Munich museums.
Sheer Driving Pleasure
Your first point of call should be the fascinating BMW Museum, which shows exhibits from the near 100 year history of BMW. This Munich museum opened in 1973, and underwent a sleek redesign and expansion in 2008.
In the BMW Museum you will be able to see about 120 of the most important and attractive cars, motorcycles and engines in the BMW collection. You’ll also learn more about the company, brand BMW, and the products.
Highlights include the House of Motor Sport, an exhibition of distinctive two-seater roadsters, the hydrogen-powered H2R record vehicle, and a famous Art Car. Information on the displays is in both English and German.
A World of Wonder
In 2007 the landmark BMW Welt (world) building opened opposite the BMW Museum.
The Gallery of Driving Pleasure in BMW Welt showcases the engines, technologies, design process and current models of BMW. Look out for core BMW mobiles like the luxury sedan BMW 7, the Z4 Roadster and BMW 4 Series Convertible.
Find out more about the sleek BMW M in an exhibition made to look like a race track, and test your racing abilities in games. Step into the future at the BMW exhibition and find out more about the technology and design of electric cars.
At BMW Welt, there are also permanent exhibitions on the cheeky Mini, elegant Rolls-Royce, new BMW motorcycles, and the company itself.
Make A Day Of It
Try a tour of the BMW Museum or BMW Welt to make the most of your visit. You could take a combined tour of BMW Museum, the most interesting sections of the nearby BMW Plant and highlights of BMW Welt. To see all the BMW buildings visit from Tuesday to Friday, when all three are open.
Grab a Snack
Both the BMW museum and BMW Welt have excellent restaurants, so you don’t need to rush away from the gorgeous cars for food. If you’re in the mood for something light, head to the elegant Bavarie in BMW Welt which serves salad, sushi and light meals. Try the Biker’s Lodge for a ‘Bavarian Bento Box’ or Coopers for a filling lunch and coffee.
Take home a piece of BMW
Both Munich museums have shops on site, selling clothes, books, accessories, postcards and gifts to buy after you’ve enjoyed your visit to the home of cars. To get to BMW Museum and BMW Welt just take a frequent train to Olympiazentrum, a few steps away from a world of BMW.