006 : BMW Museum

On wikipedia, it says The BMW Museum is an automobile museum of BMW history located near the Olympiapark in Munich, Germany. The museum was established in 1973, shortly after the Summer Olympics opened.

Because the main city we stayed in this trip is Munich, my uncle who doesn’t require anything much along the way has requested to visit this place. BMW Welt and BMW Museum which located in the same area but different buildings. BMW Welt means BMW world which display the latest technology and models of their automobiles. While BMW Museum collects the history of the company from the very first start.

 

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I’d say this might be the museum that has more male visitors than female and they also look really excited and curious about whatever in front of them. Ask for me, I don’t understand anything much just appreciated the way they displayed and organized the place.

 

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If I wasn’t mistaken, BMW started from creating engines for motorbikes. Then they moved to work on cars, many different kinds of cars, and eventually the racing car.

 

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How they designed and organized the route to walk within the museum is quite interesting. Whichever room we enter always surprised us by the story they’ve shown, their history, attempt of experiment, or latest technology demonstration. Here also display the process of how they design each car from the inside out.

What interested men the most would be the famous cars, the ones that used in filming or the ones that were legend. I don’t know much really but I could definitely guess from amount of people taking photograph around them.

 

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So if you are going to Munich and happen to be a car lover. Don’t forget to check out BMW Welt and BMW Museum. I’m sure you gonna love it.

 

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Museum Information

BMW Museum

Tue – Sun, public holidays 10 am – 6 pm
Mondays closed
Latest entrance: 30 minutes before closure

Regularly closed on:
24 – 26 December, 31 December and 01 January.

Ticket Prices

– Single entrance: 10.00 €
– Cooperation partner*: 7.00 €
– Reduced entrance fee**: 7.00 €
– Groups (min. 5 persons) p.P.: 9.00 €
– Families (max. 2 adults and 3 children under 18 years): 24.00 €

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