German cars are associated with innovation, quality and prestige. The BMW brand shows its technical developments from the past, present and future in its astoundingly museum. So what about visiting the BMW museum at your next trip to Munich?!
The famous bowl-shaped building, also known as the BMW Museum, is located in the immediate vicinity of the BMW four-cylinder corporate headquarters and adjacent to the Olympic Park. Thanks to a completely unique and futuristic design, the architecture of the building and the special type of exhibition are worthy of astonishing glances. The museum is built up by a flat and a round building. Both buildings are connected by a visitor ramp, which allows access to all 25 exhibition areas.
In addition to a permanent exhibition of 120 exhibits, the BMW Museum also hosts temporary exhibitions focusing on various themes. The permanent exhibition extends over 5000 sq. m. and is divided into seven exhibition halls. It displays the most important and valuable cars, motorcycles and engines from over 100 years. The temporary exhibitions can be found in the “Museum Bowl” and are always worth a visit because of their exciting themes. A little tip: Right opposite the BMW Museum you will also find the BMW world with unique worlds of experiences for all brands of the BMW Group.
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