BMW Museum

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BMW Museum Munich Reviews

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The number 1 museum in Munich Nov 02, 2011
Close to Olympiastadion and olympic complex (only 3-4 minutes by walking) housed the luxury BMW museum. Outside of museum there is metro station. After the version of ticket, a man(guide),tour the group inside the museum spaces. If you haven't abundant time, you can escape from group, of course...

I loose my brain especially with old models of motorcycles and cars. All you need are there: The first engines of aircrafts, new supermodels entries of bavarian company, retro motorcycles, a paradise for BMW fans, and not only for them....Museum is very luxury and the music inside softly. When you finish from the main building, you can cross the bridge outside, and you are inside a giant space with many cars of company, a 4 stars restaurant, and a beautifull shop with BMW items and apple goods also....This area(Olympiapark,BMW museum and the tall tower outside) are the highlights of MUNICH city).
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stevemco stevemco
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A must for BMW owners Nov 03, 2009
For BMW owners it's most likely a rite of passage. For everyone else, it's an interesting look at the history of one of the world’s leading auto manufactures. It's located across the street from Olympic park and easily accessible by subway.

Important: The comments express are mine and in no way intended to promote any product, service or tour. Also, I’m not here to write full ‘play by play’ reports on my experience simply to provide short first hand personal impression. As with all comments, reviews, recommendations on the internet, in books or magazines, they are SUBJECTIVE! We all have individual likes and dislikes and it is your responsibility to perform your own ‘due diligence’ and make educated choices. The bottom line… we live on an amazing planet and I’ve been fortunate enough to have explored a large piece of it. My only suggestion would be to get out there and enjoy every bit of it whenever you’re able.
sylviandavid says:
thanks for this review... Always nice to know where the museums are... Sylvia
Posted on: Nov 02, 2009
Eric Eric
408 reviews
Sep 20, 2004
I'm not a huge car fan (as long as it gets me to where I want to go, that's good enough for me), but the BMW Museum is still an interesting diversion if you are looking for some time to kill while in Munich. I was expecting a larger space, but in reality the museum is quite small -- just a small room with a few cars in it. If you get bored, the Olympic Village from the 1972 games is nearby.Note: I think the original, larger museum is currently being refurbished, a process that is supposed to take ~3 years. This might explain why the museum I visited seemed so small.
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