KTM Motohall Mattighofen

Official opening event kicks off May 11-12


The impressive and impossible to miss KTM Motohall is in magnificent form only four weeks out from the official opening. The newly built showcase of the motorcycle manufacturer KTM is ready to launch a new brand experience, geared not only at motorcycle enthusiasts, but also the general public

KTM Motohall Historic Models
KTM Motohall

The KTM Motohall in Mattighofen will celebrate its official opening on May 11 and 12, alongside an extraordinary program of fringe events, with the entire exhibition and brand experience built on a 10,000m² site, which is open to all visitors.

The exhibition center was created by a team of architects from Upper Austria, consisting of Hofbauer: Architect working in close collaboration with “X-Architekten”. Both the architecture and exhibition concept manage to convey the spirit of ‘Ready to Race’ very successfully, with a ‘Orange Spirit’ as a walk-through spatial experience.

The exhibition has been created by the scenography experts Atelier Bruckner and the exhibition’s architecture, graphics, lighting, media, and content all speak the same language— the language of KTM. The route guides visitors through the three exhibition levels and showcases the brand’s values.

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KTM Motohall

Visitors are able to witness the complete design process from sketch to finished product firsthand with videos illustrating all the technical details. On a purpose-built sharp bend, around 70 street and off-road bikes compete in a race leading you to the highlight of the exhibition – the “Heroes of Racing”. With impressive, dynamic images, a 360° video installation celebrates the champions of racing.

Last but not least, the people behind the brand share their passion for KTM and give the company a face. A rookie tour for younger guests adds to the exhibition tour. Throughout all levels of the exhibition, children get to explore and experience the world of KTM for themselves, accompanied by a booklet that they can take home as a memento.

In addition to the 130 underground parking spaces and a large additional car park including bus parking, there is also a separate parking lot for motorcyclists on the opposite side of the road.

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KTM Motohall

A 300m² shop, offering everything fans could wish for, is barrier-free and can be accessed without a ticket to the exhibition. Technical enthusiasts will love the “living” workshop situated in the basement of the KTM Motohall, where they can watch live restorations being carried out by experts.

While parents can have a technical chat with a pro, children from the age of six can try out new technologies such as virtual reality, 3D printers, and laser plotters in the Innovation Lab, a place where creativity knows no bounds. The “Pit Box” snack bar offers a selection of light refreshments, while the “Garage” restaurant in the adjacent townhouse serves a host of innovative and quality culinary delights.

KTM Motohall general information

  • KTM Motohall opening times
    • Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Innovation Lab opening times:
    • Friday 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.,
    • Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • “Garage” restaurant opening times
    • Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
    • Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
  • The “Garage” and “Pit Box” will begin regular business hours on May 14, 2019
KTM Motohall Racing Hero
KTM Motohall

KTM Motohall entrance fees

  • Adults EUR 10 (concession rate EUR 7)
  • Children up to 14 years: free admission
  • Family ticket: EUR 25

Prices for KTM Motohall guided tours (plus entrance fee)

  • Guided tour: EUR 5 per person
  • Individual tour: EUR 90 per group up to 20 people

Tickets and bookings for the guided tours can be purchased on the official website and in the KTM Motohall once the exhibition has opened. The latest information on the guided tours and prices are available at www.ktm-motohall.com (link).