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BMW Welt, Munich

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.5/5 based on 4,400+ reviews on the web
See the famous carmaker's latest products at BMW Welt. Constructed between 2003 and 2007, the state-of-the-art showroom attracted more than 2 million visitors during its first year alone. The facility is designed to be a marketplace and meeting point for automotive industry professionals, amateur fans, and anyone curious about the finer points of automobile-making. Visit the adjacent museum to learn more about the country's automotive history. The website details the range of guided tours. Put BMW Welt into our Munich holiday planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Munich.
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  • Up close and in for cars within the display not miss the bike section upstairs...good for nice clicks...just outside the train plan along with BMW museum...cheers!!! 
  • We were walking down the subway right after visiting the Olympic village and did not regret it at all. BMW's new-generation tools, even I could ride.
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  • This was a fairy quick stop on our recent visit to Munich. It's free, and right at the subway stop, so easy to get to. We spent about 45 minutes there, and since none of our group was "car people" tha...  read more »
  • Good place to hang out as a tourist or to show someone around. Good internet available for free and a nice view of their new models to be released or traditional beauties. Be sure to check the Mini's that they have there. Awesome! Don't buy anything inside as it is expensive as it can be, on the contrary, buy it outside on one of the kiosks.
  • Worth a visit if you're an BMW owner or car enthusiast. The new 7 and i series are very cool. There's a nice cafe on site selling a selection of sandwiches, cakes and hot bites. A baby change / nursing room is available, handy for young families. The BMW museum is a 5 minute walk away however it's closed on a Monday so we didn't get to visit.
  • If you are into the cars & motorbikes, this is the place to visit. Legendary BMW with many models you could see & "feel". I've sat in few cars and a couple of motorbikes during my visit. Definitely a place worth to visit. In addition, the "Olympiapark" is in the neighborhood. It was constructed for the 1972 Summer Olympics.
  • Fantastic experience, but be warned, hot food is not easy to come by. The tour is great. The gift shop is over-priced, but I guess that's to be expected. There are two top-end restaurants and two cafe style restaurants. But, expect food outside of lunch time from the cafes...forget it! The factory tour is a must though.
  • Good for 3-4 hours entertainment looking at the range and development of the BMW empire. The museum itself is well put together and catering is also good. Well worth a visit, even if you are not a BMW afficionado.
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