Transport Museums in Italy

Welcome to the Interactive map of Transport Museums in Italy.

Please select a marker on the map, a pop up will display the Museum or collection located there, and a link for more details.

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There are also alphabetical lists below the Map.

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19 museums in total.

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Italian museums in alphabetical order

  • Centro Storico Fiat (Road, Air), Turin

    Centro Storico Fiat now hosts a collection of automobiles, mementos, models and advertising manifestos by artists spanning the company’s entire history.

  • Classic Motoring Association of Syracuse “Motorismo d’Epoca” (Road), Syracuse

    Cars from the 1920s to the 1980s, some custom built models from 1935/1940 and sports cars such as Formula 1.

  • Fiat 500 Club Italia (), Garlenda

    Fiat 500 and Italian motorsport History!

  • Lamborghini Museum (Road), Sant'Agata Bolognese, Bologna

    The history of Ferruccio and the Lamborghini cars. They also have Guided tours of the production lines.

  • Maserati Factory Tour (Road), Modena

    Italy is home to the best motoring attractions offering travelers opportunities to experience the heritage and tech evolution that underpinned human culture.

  • Museo del Motorismo Siciliano e della Targa Florio (Road), Termini Imerese

    This structure exhibits the beautiful Alfa Romeo 33 3 liters at the entrance with which Nino Vaccarella and Toine Hezemans won the victory in the 1971 edition.

  • Museo Dell’Automobile “Luigi Bonfanti” (Road), Romano d'Ezzelino

    It is the only Museum in Europe to employ an exhibition formula unique and most original, an endless series of monothematic exhibits.

  • Museo dell’Automobile di Torino | Turin Car Museum (Road), Metropolitan City of Turin

    The National Automobile Museum was set up in 1932, based on the idea of two pioneers of Italian motoring, Cesare Goria Gatti and Roberto Biscaretti di Ruffia.

  • Museo delle Motociclette Ducati | Ducati motorcycle Museum (Road), Borgo Panigale

    Ducati motorbikes Museum, Past and future, challenges and successes,a journey through the 90-year history of Ducati.

  • Museo Enzo Ferrari (MEF) (Road), Modena

    Museo Enzo Ferrari has a stunning, futuristic main pavilion and tells the magical story of Enzo Ferrari’s 90 years.

  • Museo Ferrari Maranello (Road), Maranello

    Museo Ferrari Maranello tells the Ferrari story. A journey from F1 cars, legendary sports prototypes and GTs, to road cars of today.

  • Museo Mille Miglia (Road), Brescia

    The museum of the legendary race “Mille Miglia” is situated inside the Monastery of Saint Eufemia, a beautiful building complex of immense archaeological value.

  • Museo Nazionale del Motociclo | National Motorcycle Museum (Road), Rimini

    Opened 1993 and has over 250 bikes of 55 different brands.

  • Museo Nicolis (Road, Air), Villafranca di Verona

    Opened in 2000. “Museum of Cars, Technology and Mechanics” has cars, motorbikes, planes, instruments, cameras, and more.

  • Museo Piaggio | Piaggio Museum (Road, Air), Pontedera

    Piaggio Museum opened in 2000 and occupies 3,000 square meters in the former tool-shop. Vespas and Gileras.

  • Museo Scooters & Lambretta (Road), Rodano, Metropolitan City of Milan

    Scooter and Lambretta museum

  • Museo Storico dei Motori e dei Meccanismi (Road, Air), Palermo

    Italian aeronautical History.

  • Panini Motor Museum (Road), Modena

    The Museum Collection has been gradually improved, thanks to the restoration of some cars, and enriched even further with the famous Maserati 6 CM from 1936

  • Pininfarina Museum (Road), Cambiano, Metropolitan City of Turin

    The Collection is the true custodian of the company’s values, with which Pininfarina presents itself to guests. A place where past, present and future blend.

Italian museums ordered by City