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Hundreds of thousands of people visit BMW's four-cilinder BMW tower and the bowl-shaped museum next to it each year. The museum showcases the technical development of cars and motorcycles and also has some exhibits about the history of the company...more
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I’ve owned BMWs for more than 30 years now, and on a recent trip to Germany I was keen to visit the BMW Museum. It was “OK”, but nothing really special. Visited the Mercedes Museum in Stuttgart the next day - it was absolutely fantastic!...More
I had a really mixed experience with the BMW museum. It provides an overview of BMW's history, but it's really high level. There's a good split of coverage between bikes and cars, but only the well-known known models are shown. The general presentation is good,...More
After visiting the polished Porsche museum at Stuttgart I headed to Munich on my bmw to see how the BMW museum compared.
I parked my bike in the underground cp again a charge at €5 this time.
You go up in the lift to the...More
Lots of different things to see, lots of history and examples of bikes and cars from the past. The musuem is very well laid out and has a nice mix of new and old. Well worth a visit if you are in the area.
In a somewhat typical German fashion, every vehicle exhibited here looks factory-new and perfect. The museum is somewhat separate from the technical displays in BMW World. This is a fantastic museum even for fans of other brands. It was not difficult to figure out the...More
My husband wanted to visit the museum and I agreed to go with him! I thought I would not enjoy, however it was such a great experience ! I highly recommend it!
So much history and achievement under one roof!
Nice place to spend a couple hours on a hot day. We rode bikes and parked about 10 meters from the door. If you are into automotive/motorcycle technology, this is a treat. As one of those people, I started the museum about 30 minutes ahead...More
Full disclosure, I’ve owned BMW’s since 1989. I love them and buy one every three years. Having said that, if you’re not a car fan you’ll probably be bored. I love driving & owning BMW’s but i was over it in 39 minutes. Come if...More