The MTU Museum

The MTU Museum

MTU Aero Engines' museum boasts one of the finest collections of aircraft engine exhibits worldwide. Since last year, the company has been displaying its treasures, which give an overview of the history of powered flight, in an expanded and modernized building. On almost 850 square meters, more than 30 items are on display. Some of the engines are the last extant copies in the world; they have been restored to mint condition in a painstaking effort.

The public will have the opportunity to visit the unique collection of propulsion systems held by Germany’s leading engine manufacturer again in 2017. The museum is open on the following days:

Sunday,    03/05/20171pm - 6pm
Sunday,    07/02/20171pm - 6pm
Saturday,  10/14/20177pm - 2am ("Die Lange Nacht der Münchner Museen")
Sunday,    11/26/20171pm - 6pm

MTU engine experts will be available on site to answer visitors' questions and offer short guided tours for interested guests. Admission is free.

For your  information:
The MTU Museum is easy to reach by car (visitor parking next to the main gate) and by rapid transit and bus. Access to the museum through the main entrance is possible.

MTU's Online Museum

We invite you to embark on a journey through the history of aircraft engines: Visit MTU's online museum!

MTU Museum online!