BMW Museum Munich
There’s only ever been one museum, in the history of taking my kids to museums (a lot of museums, someday they’ll thank me), that they have not protested; the BMW Museum in Munich. Even if cars aren’t your thing, it would be hard not to get your engine revved over this historical look at one of the world’s top auto manufacturers. Located in Olympiapark, the museum opened just before the 1972 Summer Games, but has since undergone extensive renovations.
Love this car…maybe cause it has Cooper’s name. Awww…
BMW’s Concept cars make the future look exciting.
Want to relax? This is the chill zone. Kick back in a spinning pod and enjoy the exhibit.
Here’s a little something I have my eye on…
And in the middle of all this metal and glass you’ll find a tree. Yes, BMW is using some of the 900 million olive trees growing on planet earth (90% of them in the Mediterranean), to tan leather naturally. Thank you BMW.
With a restaurant and two cafes, we could have stayed all day, but of course, Munich is filled with sights to see, it’s just some might say, this is the best one.