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The BMW Welt is a combined exhibition, delivery, adventure museum, and event venue located in Munich's district Am Riesenfeld, next to the Olympic Park, in the immediate vicinity of the BMW Headquarters and factory. It was built from August 2003 to summer 2007. A solar system with 800 kW of power is installed on the roof of the main building. The opening took place on 17 October 2007. The BMW Welt is the most visited tourist attraction in Bavaria.
Fantastic modern building housing equally impressive cars. Houses displays of current BMW cars and motorcycles, many of which you can sit in or on, as the case may be. Also includes displays of current Rolls Royce and Mini Cooper vehicles. For older vehicles, visitors must go to the BMW museum. In summary, this building houses select (but a fair range) of only new cars, and is free to enter. The BMW museum (accessed via a walkway), is just that - displaying older vehicles and engines for various modes of transport, also outlining BMW’s history and future. This is also the same building BMW customers can pick up, or inspect before shipping - the new car(s) they have purchased. Also includes a gift shop with various BMW items. Paid parking available on site. Lockers and cost storage is available, in addition to washrooms being large, modern and clean.
Participated in the European delivery program for US customers and it was definitely worth every moment. The premium lounge for delivery customers is very nice and offers lights snacks and drinks. I recommend the factory tour which is about 2 hours and also the BMW museum which is just across the street from the Welt. They also have a parking garage under the Welt which they'll give you a ticket if you are picking up your new BMW.
Signed up for “BMW On-Demand” driving experience and booked an M4 model for 4 hours. The registration e-mail received later said that I would need a deposit of 1 000 € (deductible in case of an accident) plus rental fee as the total expense. Upon arrival to the exhibition center, the lady at the front desk kindly informed me that the deductible was increased to 2 000 € two weeks ago that struck me as an utter surprise as I did not expect that and did not have enough on the credit card to cover the deductible. On my question, why the email contained wrong information in the first place the answer was less than convincing and something like “We did not have enough time to update the system”. So I was refused in getting the car and was dumbfounded by astonishing and completely not expecting mediocrity of the luxury car brand when dealing with potential customers.
Probably one of the best free things you can do in Munich. Seeing all of the newest production cars from BMW’s main lineup plus Mini and Rolls Royce is very cool. Food there is also surprisingly good!
Full of inspiration. You are able to see , touch, feel some of the latest models of BMW, concept cars and enjoy a virtual experience of driving some of them. Also fun for kids as they can sit in some of the cars and learn some concepts on how a car works. For lovers of motor bikes, the bikers lounge is a good place to relax. Parking is affordable underground