On the basis of the current guidelines and measures announced by the Bavarian State Government to contain the spread of coronavirus infections,
BMW Welt, the BMW Museum and BMW Group Classic will be closed to the public from 17 March until further notice.
All public events and tours at our locations are therefore cancelled for the time being. Unfortunately, for this reason vehicle collection at BMW Welt is expected to remain closed until April 19. Customers who have booked a vehicle collection during the affected period, are requested to contact the respective BMW Dealership directly.
We kindly ask for your understanding in this matter and we will be happy to welcome you again soon at BMW Welt, the BMW Museum and BMW Group Classic.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our BMW Welt Info Service:
Phone: +49 89 1250 160 01
Email: infowelt@bmw-welt.com

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Experience the BMW Group with all your senses.
Welcome to BMW Welt.

Nowhere else can the brand be felt as strongly as here. BMW Welt is located in the immediate vicinity of the main BMW factory, the company’s headquarters in the legendary BMW Tower, and the BMW Museum. BMW Welt is a place full of stories in a place full of history.

Experience the history of a global brand, new visions for tomorrow and the future of mobility. The spectacular open architecture of BMW Welt, designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au, instantly draws in visitors. It also demonstrates that transparency and a communicative experience are the focus of BMW Welt – and, of course, you.

BMW Welt welcomes you as you get to know the brand. Discover a whole world of possibilities, whether you are paying a visit to the BMW Museum, picking up your new BMW or holding an event at the venue.

BMW Welt

BMW Welt, the BMW Museum and BMW Group Classic temporarily closed.

On the basis of the current guidelines and measures announced by the Bavarian State Government to contain the spread of coronavirus infections,
BMW Welt, the BMW Museum and BMW Group Classic will be closed to the public from 17 March until further notice.
All public events and tours at our locations are therefore cancelled for the time being. Unfortunately, for this reason vehicle collection at BMW Welt is expected to remain closed until April 19. Customers who have booked a vehicle collection during the affected period, are requested to contact the respective BMW Dealership directly.
We kindly ask for your understanding in this matter and we will be happy to welcome you again soon at BMW Welt, the BMW Museum and BMW Group Classic.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our BMW Welt Info Service:
Phone: +49 89 1250 160 01
Email: infowelt@bmw-welt.com

BMW Welt

BMW Welt.

Admission to BMW Welt is free.

BMW Museum

BMW Museum.

Permanent Exhibitions and Temporary Exhibitions:

  • Single Ticket: €10.00 
  • Partners*: €7.00 
  • Concessions**: €7.00 
  • Group (min. 5 people): €9.00 p.p.
  • Family (max. 2 adults and 3 children under the age of 18): €24.00 

* All prices incl. VAT

The museum ticket is valid for five hours after validation. Please note that dogs are unfortunately not allowed at the BMW Museum.

Guided Tours.

  • BMW Welt Tour.
  • BMW Welt Special Tour.
  • BMW Welt Innovative-Talk.
  • BMW Welt-Museum Tour.
  • BMW Welt-Plant Tour. 
  • BMW Welt-Museum-Plant Tour.
  • BMW Group Classic Tour.
  • BMW Group Plant Tour.
  • BMW Museum Tour.
  • BMW Group Recycling- and Dismantling Centre Tour.

Discover guided tours

 

Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
* Partner rate for Olympic Park tickets – please contact us.
** Concession tickets are available upon presentation of valid ID for the following: BMW Clubs, students up to the age of 27, children under the age of 18, senior citizens and disabled persons.

Product Genius

BMW Genius.

The BMW Genius is a highly qualified specialist who will share their technical knowledge of all BMW models with you in an inspiring and relaxed atmosphere.
Arrival

Arriving by car.

For all directions: Stay on the motorway until you reach the Mittlerer Ring (2R) exit.
Follow the signposts to “Olympiapark / BMW Welt” on the Mittlerer Ring. When you reach BMW Welt, please follow the signposts to the car park. 

Arriving by train.

From the main train station, you can reach us by underground (U-Bahn) in just 15 to 20 minutes:
Take the U2 line heading to Feldmoching and get off at the Scheidplatz stop.
Change to the U3 line heading to Moosach or Olympiaeinkaufszentrum and get off at the Olympiazentrum station.
From here, it is only a short distance to the north entrance of BMW Welt.

Arriving by plane.

The journey from Munich Airport (MUC) by rental car or taxi takes 30 to 40 minutes.
You can also take the suburban train (S-Bahn) or underground (U-Bahn) to reach us comfortably in about 45 minutes:
Take the S1 towards Munich and get off at the Moosach stop.
Change to the U3 line heading to Fürstenried West and get off at the Olympiazentrum station.
From here, it is only a short distance to the north entrance of BMW Welt.

Accessibility

Accessibility.

Transparency and openness should always be more than just an architectural style, which is reflected in BMW Welt. All facilities are easily accessible. Numerous structural and technical measures make it easier for both disabled people and senior citizens to visit us.

It all starts with accessibility: BMW Welt is centrally located near the Olympic Park. The underground stations at the Olympic Park are equipped with escalators and lifts. Both BMW Welt itself and all the building’s facilities provide easy access for wheelchair users. The slopes and the bridge connecting BMW Welt with the BMW Museum and the BMW Group Plant are likewise designed to be wheelchair accessible and an intermediate landing is there should you need to catch your breath.

Accessibility

Lifts and stairs.

The spaciously designed levels of BMW Welt are connected to each other through numerous lifts. There are low-positioned control panels inside the lifts that are suitable for wheelchair users. Special attention was also paid to the design of the stairs in terms of the height and design of the handrails.