BMW Museum Presents the "Major Anniversary Exhibition" Celebrating Iconic Motorcycles
BMW Museum Presents the "Major Anniversary Exhibition" Celebrating Iconic Motorcycles
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BMW enthusiasts and motorcycle aficionados are in for a treat as the BMW Museum unveils its highly anticipated "Major Anniversary Exhibition." The exhibition promises to showcase over 55 original BMW motorcycles and captivating themed displays across 15 unique stations. With a special focus on the brand's racing icons, developers, and an exclusive section dedicated to BMW's R 18 range, the exhibition will be housed in the fascinating Museum Bowl, a remarkable architectural gem dating back to 1973.


According to BMW's press release, the most valuable pieces will be discovered along the path from platform 2 to Motorsport. Notably, two motorcycles associated with victories in the legendary Tourist Trophy on the Isle of Man will be prominently featured. Schorsch Meier's triumphant ride on the BMW R 255 Kompressor, securing victory in this highly challenging road race 75 years ago, and Michael Dunlop's first-place finish on a BMW S 1000 RR in a recent edition.


Running from 10 am to 6 pm, the exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to explore the rich heritage of BMW motorcycles. Ticket prices are as follows:

  • Individual ticket: €10
  • Discounted ticket: €7
  • Group ticket (minimum of five people per person): €9
  • Family ticket (maximum of two adults and three children under 18 years of age): €24

For further inquiries or information, interested individuals can contact Lisa Meindl at Corporate Communications, BMW Museum, using the following contact details:

Phone: +49-89-382-31668 Email: lisa.meindl@bmw.de


Don't miss this remarkable exhibition, where BMW's iconic motorcycles take center stage, celebrating their legacy and contributions to the world of motorcycling.

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