Thought the museum web site had an error in saying the museum was open only from 3pm to 4pm daily, but no, this place of significant motor cycle history is only open for 1 hour. The factory which dates from the 1920's now just assembles the bikes with all parts supplied by the Piaggio company.
The museum has two galleries [ground floor and upper floor] with a large number of machines from the very first up to modern day.
Each machine has very limited information though. Gem's like the 500cc V8 from the 1950's on display in original condition.
Plus quite a few experimental machines.
If you like bikes its worth a visit, its also free, but i would rather have paid an entry fee and had more time to see the bikes.
Was not very busy the day we went [23rd JUNE] and maybe 20 persons in the hour.
They should do a lot more to promote and maintain the history of this once great motorcycle maker.
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