Even though already designed and built in the early 1970-ies by famous Austrian architect Karl Schwanzer, the BMW Four Cylinder building and the BMW Museum still remain uniquely fresh and modern. The new BMW Welt and the other two buildings together form a singular complex uniting harmoniously with the architecture of the Olympic Park. We show you the BMW Welt and the new BMW Museum. Alternatively we can book a special BMW tour for you.
Join us on a ramble through one of the biggest science and technology museums worldwide. The main museum on Munich‘s Isar Island shows the milestones of the world’s technological development including the latest research. The collections include more than 100,000 exhibits, covering topics from mining to atomic physics, from the Altamira cave to a magnified model of a human cell.
The Flugwerft Schleissheim, a branch of the Deutsches Museum located in hangars built between 1912 and 1919 for the Royal Bavarian Flight Corps complements the big aerospace exhibition in the main museum in Munich. Its exhibits range from propeller-driven aircraft to rockets and engines.
The Verkehrszentrum, another branch of the Deutsches Museum on Theresienhöhe, shows mobility in its total complexity in three exciting exhibitions: "Urban Transport", "Travel" and "Mobility and Technology" and includes more than 4,500 exhibits.