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Piaggio Museum, Pontedera
(4.4/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
Vespa riders and automobile enthusiasts will love visiting Piaggio Museum, a site dedicated to the work of one of Italy's finest metal and mechanical companies. Founded in 2000 under the leadership of Giovanni Alberto Agnelli, the museum highlights the industrial and cultural development in the region. View the stunning collection of vintage Vespa and Gilera models dating back to the 1950s, as well as modern pieces. Learn about the aesthetic and technical history of this company through well-curated exhibits, and discover how the company came into being after World War II. To visit Piaggio Museum and other attractions in Pontedera, use our Pontedera trip itinerary maker.
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  • Small museums are a wealth of Italy. The Museum is free and collects models of old motorcycles and other products made over the years by Piaggio. Education for both adults and kids. Worth a detour in Pontedera.
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  • very neat, essential to retrace a DMV Italian myth. The WaSP in all its versions.
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  • I am the proud owner of a vintage Vespa ben 65 years working perfectly and WaSP lover in General. It is evident that a museum like the Piaggio couldn't certainly miss at tourist attractions to visit. The venue, created within the premises of the establishment, is fairly well organized but lacks, unfortunately, some important pieces in private collections. Premises and equipment are somewhat Spartan. General clean up to the same maybe it wouldn't be so bad it's still a visit, especially for fans, cannot be made. Recommended!!!
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  • Great little museum. Went there as part of the trip to the Airport and this museum delivered. Had both kids running around happy and me and my wife went around and we're fascinated by the history of Piaggio. The gift shop was also nice. The only downside to the trip was that they couldn't sell the "Barbie on a Piaggio" toy that my daughter saw😁
  • Great place to visit, free entry, no dramas parking, and not hard to find. A must if you love Vespa's.
  • It's a well worth visit if you are a Vespa enthusiast. Even tough some models are lacking, it's fun to see the variety of different scooter models within the Vespa segment. Entrance to the museum is free of charge.
  • Great play area for children to keep themselves busy. Super friendly people, cool Vespa's! They need a tour guide once a day to talk about the vehicles history. We met a racer of the Vespa's.
  • Excellent museum to showcase legendary Vespa