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Design & Technology School Trips & Tours to Munich

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The Deutsches Museum in Munich is the world's largest museum of science and technology, with approximately 1.5 million visitors per year and about 28,000 exhibited objects of science and technology.

The BMW Museum offers a fascinating presentation of the company, brand and product history of BMW. About 125 of the brand's most valuable and attractive automobiles, motorcycles and engines are displayed on a surface area of 5000 m². Background information on the exhibits is provided in German and English.

In the immediate vicinity of BMW Group headquarters, you will find a diverse range of fascinating activities: explore the BMW Welt world of experience, production processes at the BMW Group Plant and a new display of both tradition and future trends at the BMW Museum.

This distinctive stadium with its spectacular and iconic tent-like roof, is not simply the architectural centrepiece of the Olympic Park. Since it opened in 1972 it was the site of the 1972 Olympics and 1974 Football Cup Final and is still host to a wide number of sporting and musical events in the city.

Munich's highest structure, The Olympic Tower, has some outstanding views of the city from its 190m high observation platform where your group can pinpoint the many landmarks. Outside the front entrance there is a small rock and roll museum housing various memorabilia, which is signposted as "Rock Museum". The tower also serves as a TV broadcast tower.

You will definitely enjoy the evening in this large and modern bowling venue in Munich! 2 hours bowling including shoe hire, buffet meal and soft drink.

What makes the Allianz Arena the world’s finest football arena? Find out for yourself! Take an Arena Tour for a behind the scenes insight into this extraordinary and unusual stadium. Experience the atmosphere of the Allianz Arena from the point of view of a professional footballer in the players’ areas and discover the exciting details of this unique structure. This and many other highlights await.

There are two guided tours on offer: 

Museum: Groups will learn about vehicles in Audi’s 20th Century History divided into pre-war and post-war eras. The Intensive tour explores further into the century of mobility. Multimedia technology is used to delve into Audi’s historical and economic backgrounds.

Factory: Experience the full production process of an Audi, including witnessing the welding robots and bonding technology.


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