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This museum not only features a large display of Vespas dating back to the 1940s but also has a separate showroom dedicated the Ape vehicles as well as electric bicycles. Colorful displays and interesting facts abound in this museum.
Stumbled upon it during a scenic trip towards Siena, and I must say it has made our day. So much history of Piaggio and Ape and Vespa, so many exemplaries, all over had to do was enjoy and maybe buy a souvenir. And take plenty...More
The museum was free and gave a history of the Vespa scooter. It was fascinating to learn what a key part of Italian culture the scooter has been and to see lots of real scooters from each history period. The film was the main information...More
My wife and I had no particularly interest in scooters but found it had not to enjoy an hour at this museum. So colourful, such interesting stories. And all for free!!
It is very close to the station so, even if you are just passing...More
I have owned a Vespa for 35 years so I love to visit this museum. It''s free, all of the staff are friendly so there can be nothing to complain about. The town is also very pretty for a visit after the museum.
Got here by car, parking was easy just in front of the entrance. Not sure what public transport is like to get here. Wow, what a lovely museum. A little different to what you normally see, but still rich with artefacts. Did not realise how...More
I had a Vespa when I was young and I felt very nice seeing my model after 30 years .
I also liked the fact that the piaggio history is all illustrated in front of the people . The motorbikes are in excellent condition and...More
Very nice museum located near the Piaggio factory. You can read about the history of the company, and see many beautiful scooters and motorcycles made by Piaggio. This is a must-see for all the Vespa fans. I really recommend this place. The entry is free...More
Sorry I only just received your question, did you find it OK? I hope you did it's a great day out and its free :-) The town is quite nice as well, you can get a nice apperativo at 6pm in the square. Hope you found it OK.