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Founded in 1932, the Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile is one of the most famous tech and science museums in the world. With a contemporary and futuristic look, the museum's collection includes more than 200 original cars of 80 different brands, each...more
Freely admit that I like cars. Always have. Have been to a lot of car venues but this has to be the best car museum around. Ok a big focus on Fiat but not a surprise given where it is. However they give a great...More
In the centre of town, car parking available in the street. Modern building with history of mainly Italian cars and drivers.
Certainly worth a visit. Interesting to note lots of Ferraris, but no mention of Lamborghini or Maserati cars!
Has a book shop and small...More
Great place to stop and see if you’re visiting Turin. I myself am not a huge car lover and enjoyed this museum. My husband had an amazing time here. You really get to see the evolution of the car as well as some great cars...More
Went to this museum on a Saturday as it was close to the hotel we were staying at. Getting to the museum is quite easy and there are plenty of parking spaces available.
The entrance was 40 euro for two adults and two children. The...More
I was in Turin on a Sunday afternoon and was looking for something to do. As Turin is Fiat HQ and the Italian Motown, it seemed that a visit to the National Auto Museum was in order. A very good exhibit that focuses on the...More
My partner drags me to many a car museum, but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised at how good this one was.
Aside from all the usual car stuff this museum does a very good history time line and has lots of quirky...More
At the southern outskirts of what has been in the past century the Italian Motown in a modern and interesting building recently refurbished one can visit the nice Italuan national museum of the cars. It shows the evolution of the car in the centuries and...More
Good answer, Federico! The only thing I'd add is go from Florence to Turin's Porta Nova station, and directly from there on the subway to Lingotto station, which is about a 20 minute walk from MAUTO. Explore the rest of... More
Good answer, Federico! The only thing I'd add is go from Florence to Turin's Porta Nova station, and directly from there on the subway to Lingotto station, which is about a 20 minute walk from MAUTO. Explore the rest of Turin after you see the cars. Definitely doable in a day - but worth at least 3 or 4! And, if you've never been to Genoa, this trip would be a good way to see it and its excellent maritime museum, Galata Museo del Mare, the seagoing version of MAUTO, on the way coming or going.