Oxford MINI Plant Tour

The BMW Group plant in Oxford is one of the oldest and yet most modern car factories in the UK. Up to 1,000 models roll off the production line every day at this site. As many as 4,500 employees work here to assemble the British cult car. Also at the Oxford plant, the first electric MINI is produced – yet another milestone in the plant’s history. Employees in Oxford are actively involved in the issue of sustainability. All suggestions for improvement end up in an ideas database, which is also available to other production sites of the BMW Group.

Oxford Plant tour

Experience the most exciting elements of car production: from the so-called ‘Body-in-white’, the bodyshell, to the finished, personalised MINI. You will visit the state of the art plant and see how thousands of parts come together to produce up to 1,000 MINIs per day. In addition, we will take a look into the future: what will the electromobility of tomorrow look like? Come and experience the plant up close: we look forward to seeing you!

This is what you should consider before your visit to the Oxford plant:

  • Current global events can have a significant influence over our production. As a result, tours may have to be cancelled for operational reasons. Should this happen to you, we will offer you an alternative date as soon as possible, or a refund.
  • It is not possible to visit the restrooms during the tour. There will be opportunities to visit these facilities before and after the tour.
  • Electronic devices such as smartphones or tablets must be left in our secure lockers with your belongings as they are not permitted in the factories.
  • It is prohibited to film and take pictures during the tour.
  • Children under the age of 14 are not allowed to enter the factory premises. Children under 16 years of age may only enter the factory premises if accompanied by an adult.
  • We recommend wearing closed shoes during the tour.