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BMW World and the BMW Museum, Munich, Germany

Anyone who has admired BMW’s innovative roadsters and design (and who hasn’t?) will want to tour the BMW Museum’s 43,000 square feet and nine decades of automobiles, motorcycles, and engines, past and future.

1997 BMW roadster, BMW Museum, Munich
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1997 BMW roadster, BMW Museum, Munich

Rolls Royce Silver Ghost, BMW Museum, Munich
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Rolls Royce Silver Ghost, BMW Museum, Munich

1939 BMW 335 , BMW Museum, Munich
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1939 BMW 335 , BMW Museum, Munich

1939 BMW 328, BMW Museum, Munich
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1939 BMW 328, BMW Museum, Munich

It’s next to the distinctive “4 cylinder” BMW Building.

A bridge connects the museum to the admission-free BMW World, the place to see the latest model BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and BMW motorcycles.

BMW World and Olympic Tower, Munich
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BMW World and Olympic Tower, Munich

Guided tours may be booked here for a behind the scenes looks at the production processes at the BMW Plant.

Welcome to BMW World signs at BMW World, Munich
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Welcome to BMW World signs at BMW World, Munich

BMW World showroom, Munich, Germany
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BMW World showroom, Munich, Germany

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