Sat 9, 2019


Today, the BMW Museum serves as an architectural landmark of both Bayerische Motoren Werke and Munich’s cultural life. Since May 1973 the BMW Museum has welcomed visitors from all over the world with a fascinating and informative exploration of the more than 100-year history of the BMW Group, its brands and products.

Since it was re-opened ten years ago, the BMW Museum has posted record visitor numbers year after year and is proud to be one of the most visited museums in Germany. Indeed, the Museum has opened its doors to more than five million visitors since 2008.

The centrepiece of the BMW Museum is the 4,000 m² permanent exhibition containing some 110 exhibits. It is joined by temporary exhibitions dedicated to specific themes and the burning questions of the day. These exhibitions create experiences, stoke fascination and use information to shine a particularly bright spotlight on the issue of personal mobility, explore aspects of the company’s history in greater depth and showcase the Group’s individual brands.

The BMW Museum also regularly stages temporary exhibitions featuring special vehicles, design exhibits and prototypes from the long and illustrious history of the BMW Group. An absolute must for all car enthusiasts.

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