BMW Museum

BMW Museum

Munich's BMW Museum showcases the evolution of the brand throughout its history. Alongside the BMW Welt, it's the perfect place for car lovers.

Located in an unusual circular building designed to resemble the engine of a race car, the BMW Museum is home to exhibitions showcasing the history and development of the brand throughout its history. With more than half a million visitors each year, it's one of Munich's most visited museums.

Exploring the museum

From technological advancement and the evolution of BMW's most famous cars, to a projected image of the future, the futuristic building offers visitors a fascinating look into the brand through exhibitions of cars, engines, turbines, motorcycles and small planes amongst much more.

There's also the opportunity to admire the latest high-spec BMW vehicles, as well as visiting the BMW Group Plant to discover how these dream cars are created.

Paradise for car lovers

Vintage cars, racing vehicles and prototypes... The BMW Museum is a dream destination for petrolheads, especially for fans of the brand, and is worth a visit if you're at the neighbouring BMW Welt or Olympiapark.


Tuesday to Sunday and public holidays: 10 am to 6 pm.
Monday: closed.


Adults: 10 (US$ 10.80).
Children under 18 years old; students with valid ID; holders of Olympiaturm ticket: 7 (US$ 7.50)


U-Bahn: Olympiazentrum, lines U2 and U3.
Bus: line 173.

Nearby places

Munich BMW Group Plant (309 m) Olympiaturm (439 m) Olympiapark Munich (713 m) Neue Pinakothek (3.1 km) Alte Pinakothek (3.3 km)