Germany Takes Another Step Towards Normality as the BMW Welt Museum in Munich Reopens

WITH effect from Friday May 15 BMW Welt will once again be open for all visitors and to mark the reopening, its Double Cone will be illuminated from 10 pm to midnight each evening for 10 days.

It will have a special message: a pulsating heartbeat in light, symbolic of the revival of BMW Welt and a sign of confidence.

“In recent weeks, large parts of public life have come to a complete standstill. We are very pleased that life is cautiously starting to return to normal and that we are allowed to open up again for visitors” said Helmut Käs, Head of BMW Welt.

For the time being, BMW Welt will be open daily from 8 am to 8 pm and all the exhibition areas including the public area of the new Junior Campus, the vehicle collection area and the BMW Welt Lifestyle & Accessory Shop will be open to visitors.

Catering facilities, will also be available to visitors from May 25 although until then there will be a food and beverage to-go service.

From May 16, there will be opportunities to test-drive the brand new all-electric MINI SE which prior to the lockdown had been seen driving through Las Vegas to give Americans a chance to view the new vehicle.

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