This Bavarian city, whilst steeped in history and culture is also fast moving in the world of science and industry. With visits ranging from historical walking tours and visits to historical sites that saw key events in modern history to the futuristic collections at BMW Welt and the worlds largest museum of science and technology, you’ll find some fantastic opportunities to enrich your students learning.

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Allianz Arena

Highlights of the home to Bayern Munich include the dressing room, players’ tunnel, media area, press conference area and main stand.

Bavaria Filmstadt

This is one of Europe’s biggest film making facilities. On a guided tour here you’ll travel through exciting decades of German film making, see spectacular film making techniques and behind the scenes insights into adventure movies. You can also experience a short film in the 4D cinema.


The BMW brand is known worldwide. Munich is home to the headquarters of BMW and you’ll find they open their doors to the public in a big way, encouraging visitors to learn more about their history, production and vision. You can choose from:

BMW Group Plant

The tour of the BMW Group parent plant takes you through all production areas from the press works to assembly.

BMW Museum

This museum showcases the company, brand and product history of BMW. It houses more than 120 of the most valuable and attractive cars, motorcycles and engines from BMW’s nine decades of history.

BMW Welt

Take a guided tour to discover more about the BMW group and all its brands including BMW, Mini and Rolls Royce. You’ll get a glimpse behind the scenes to learn more about the complex logistics of automobile delivery. The building itself designed as ‘a market place and a communication centre and meeting place for knowledge transfer’ is a key part of the tour.

Dachau Concentration Camp

Dachau was Germany’s first concentration camp, set up in 1933 shortly after Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor. Groups can take a guided tour around the memorial that will last 2½ hours.

Deutsches Museum

This is the world’s largest museum of science and technology. By 2019 it will have over 25,000 square metres of exhibition space open to the public. A huge range of exhibitions focus around : Natural sciences Materials energy and production Traffic, mobility and transportation Communication, information and media Man and Environment Due to the size of the museum a guided tour is highly recommended. 

Guided Walking Tour

A half day guided walking tour of the city centre is an ideal way to orientate yourselves and to see all the major sights including scenes from the 1923 Putsch, Hitler’s apartment,  the White Rose memorial and the Hofgarten.

White Rose Monument

A site which pays tribute to the students of the White Rose group who are one of the most famous civilian resistance movements in Nazi Germany. The monument is located in front of the University. This a perfect memorial to visit to show your students evidence of resistance within Nazi Germany.

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