BMW Junior Programme.
BMW JUNIOR PROGRAMME.
Excitement is a key factor in the BMW Junior Programme at BMW Welt and the BMW Museum. Here, children, young people and families can discover the city and the mobility of the future interactively, whilst also taking a look at more than 100 years of automobile history. Our diserve programme is well-balanced, pedagogically valuable and, most importantly, really fun! After all, where else can you design your own vehicle, program robots or whiz through the museum with your camera? In short, both young and old discoverers are in good hands here.
HERE’S WHAT WE OFFER:
The BMW Junior Programme will come to your home! Whether for big tinkerers or little explorers - with creative craft workshops and entertaining games/painting templates, boredom is sure to fade away.
Curves are always fun with BMW. This also applies to learning curves: our age-appropriate offers in the BMW Junior Programme are an entertaining, interactive addition to everyday school life.
Children’s Birthday Parties.
A party in the BMW Museum? Or perhaps a party at BMW Welt to celebrate the birthday of your own little robot? Our workshops don’t only offer fascinating future programme, but an exciting birthday programme.
Are you looking for a holiday programme in Munich? You want to attend workshops with your family? The best thing for your kids is to put their energy into is their first own car. Or perhaps a journey of discovery into the future? Wherever they go, our staff will accompany all those who are hungry for knowledge in exciting workshops during their vacation and experiments based on the topics of mobility and technology.
JUST STOP BY.
Enjoy our workshops for children in Munich: No appointment, no registration, just stop by. The motto of the Future Lab at BMW Welt’s Campus is ‘Come in and give it a try’. In the publicly accessible experimental area, the future can be experienced interactively at numerous stations as you shape it yourself.
OVERALL OVERVIEW JUNIOR PROGRAM.
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