A real homage to the culture of mobility, the Piaggio Museum allows you to discover the history of the company together with the development of industry, economy and society. Products that represent excellence in creativity and technological competence, and transformed civil society in and marked the growth of a territory.
The Museum’s halls display Vespa and Gilera collections alongside the most significant of Piaggio’s numerous products. The Vespas on display are the most beautiful and the rarest of their kind, such as the prestigious Vespa Dalì or the record-breaking Vespas. Beside the Vespa are the mopeds such as the Ciao and Sì that marked an epoch, and the most beautiful and most famous motorcycles from the two-ring brand.
Strongly desired in the early 1990s by the then young President Giovanni Alberto Agnelli, the Piaggio Museum is located in one of the company's oldest buildings in Pontedera, a harmonic example of revamping industrial space.
Many of the Piaggio Foundation's activities take place in the Museum. The Foundation is the cultural organisation set up by Giovanni Alberto Agnelli to promote conferences, modern art exhibitions and current affairs debates.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. - Free entry
Ph. +39 0587 27.17.21
Fax: +39 0587 29.00.57
Opening hours for exhibitions and other events are subject to change.
Please call the Museum for information.