The success story of the BMW Group Plant Dingolfing began in 1967 with the acquisition of the medium size car company “Hans Glas GmbH”. It is the largest of all BMW plants and one of the biggest factories in the world. Thousands of associates and machines produce the medium and large models of BMW.
Please visit the official website of the plant to find further information
The BMW Group Plant Dingolfing is open to visitors. Up to 20,000 visitors from all over the world experience the fascination of automotive production every year. Please contact us if you would like to participate as well. Our experts are looking forward to your visit.
Plant tours take place Monday to Friday from 8 am to 6 pm after previous booking.
Please note: BMW Group Plant Dingolfing does currently not offer guided plant tours for wheelchair users due to the layout of the tour.
We offer the following options for guided tours:
Guided Tours for single visitors or small group take place at fixed dates several times a week. The tours are conducted with a maximum of 25 participants. The tour takes about 2.5 hours. You can join one of these tours if you are single visitor or with a group of up to 6 people.
Exclusive guided tours take place Monday to Friday from 8 am to 6 pm. One of our experts will guide your group (maximum of 25 people) through the production areas and focus on your interests and favourite topics as far as possible.
Visit the high-tech region Lower Bavaria with its two BMW plants in Dingolfing and Landshut. Experience the highly innovative and specialized production areas in both plants. The plant in Dingolfing is the largest vehicle plant of the BMW Group where approximately 17,500 associates produce the BMW 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 Series.
Some required parts are delivered from Landshut, located just 30 kilometres away. Parts made in Landshut are used in every single BMW, MINI or Rolls Royce around the world. In Landshut, highly specialized associates produce parts for plastics exterior, cockpit and equipments features, drive trains, light weight castings, super light carbon components, exchange engines and electric power systems.
We are very happy to offer this two in one guided tour “High-tech region Lower Bavaria”. The tour will take about 5 hours.
Please note: the two in one guided tour is currently only available in German language.
HOW TO FIND YOUR WAY.
BMW Group Plant Dingolfing
Gate 3 – Karl-Dompert-Straße 7
Your route to the Plant:
Highway A92 towards Deggendorf. Leave at exit Dingolfing-Mitte.
Follow signage „BMW Werk 2.4 – Tor 3“.