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BMW Welt

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fancy cars

fanciest showroom ive ever been to. you get a chance to sit inside the new models. free entry... read more

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tascha007
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mumbai
A must see experience

We used a few hours here while picking up our BMW M6 rental. Very nice venue , which is actualy a... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
TheRealStorm
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Slangerup, Danmark
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BMW Welt is the company's experience and automobile collection centre. It features fascinating, futuristic architecture and hosts a wide range of exhibitions and events. One unique area is the section dedicated to the personalised handover of models...more
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Am Olympiapark 1, 80809 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed yesterday

fanciest showroom ive ever been to. you get a chance to sit inside the new models. free entry. worth a visit

Thank tascha007
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We used a few hours here while picking up our BMW M6 rental. Very nice venue , which is actualy a “museum” in it self. Good dining options, souvenir shop, and everything worth seeing from the BMW Group.

Thank TheRealStorm
Reviewed 6 days ago

Make sure to visit the fan shop as I can assure you that no one would get out of it without having purchased something; simply you cannot contain yourself. You'll be amazed to see the latest models of cars in production as well as number...More

Thank Arash T
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Fantastic place for the people’s who has big amount of money. You may see new version of BMW , RR an MINI

Thank Cengiz G
Reviewed 6 days ago

Beautifully designed showroom/museum of BMW cars and motorcycles. Everything is shiny, modern and nicely overwhelming. Highly recommend taking the 'Plant' tour which is their factory tour where you can see the assembly line, paint line, etc. Watching the robots build the cars was amazingl

Thank GGL50
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lying opposite to the BMW museum, it offers a different type of visit compared to the museum. Here family can relax by drinking coffee or wine, while children play videogames. People get involved also by riding cars or bikes while taking photos. Great

Thank Kevin S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a very cool place, even for someone with zero interest in cars and motorbikes. You can watch people driving their new cars for the first time, as they pick them up in full view of anyone who cares to watch. There are lots...More

Thank lde457
Reviewed 1 week ago

then this is the place for you! We had a ball enjoying the BMW cars, motorcycles--both current and vintage models as well as watching people who'd bought one pick them up on the 2nd floor (it's really fun to watch the salespeople explain the cars...More

Thank Astrid K
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited as a surprise for my partners birthday who was very impressed!, The Welt is very much a flagship show room with their newest BMW's, Mini's and RolyceRosses and many new concept cars. The museum was also very interesting and you could spent hours...More

Thank chloe_rory_3
Reviewed 1 week ago

Had the chance to look at cars up close and even sit in some. There is a shop there to purchase branded memorabilia.

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Paul T
24 June 2018|
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Response from Peter L | Reviewed this property |
Hi Paul Please consult your car dealer. Thez can help with the administrative arrangements. Regards Peter
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infinityhope852
3 June 2018|
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Response from Sunnymab | Property representative |
Hi, you are generally allowed to sit inside the cars - and of course you can take pictures of all cars and motorcycles. Concept and one-offs are not open. Right, you just enter the BMW Welt without any Registration. You... More
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Sakura Y
21 April 2018|
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Response from Rogrr | Reviewed this property |
BMW Welt is free and includes many categories of Cars including obviously BMW but also Rolls Royce and Mini and you can purchase memorabilia and souvenirs there. You need to pay to enter the Museum.
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