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Car Museum  “Carlo Biscaretti Di Ruffia” - Torino

Galleria Ferrari  (Ferrari Gallery) - Maranello (Modena)

Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum - Dosso (Ferrara)

Historic Museum Alfa Romeo - Arese (Milano)

Pininfarina Collection  - Cambiano (Torino)

Tazio Nuvolari Museum - Mantova

Ford Gratton Museum - Farra d'Isonzo (Gorizia)

San Martino Car Museum - San Martino in Rio (Reggio Emilia)

Quattroruote Collection  - Rozzano (Milano)

Car Museum   "Luigi Bonfanti" - Romana d'Ezzelino (Vicenza)

Ducati motorbikes Museum- Borgo Panigale (Bologna)

 

MUSEO DELL'AUTOMOBILE "CARLO BISCARETTI DI RUFFIA" (Car Museum)   

Corso Unità d'Italia, 40 - 10126 Torino Library:

6000 volumes, documentation centre, cafeteria, parking, bookshop, auditorium for conferences (450 places), exhibition hall

Notes:
180 cars and many subsidiary exhibits:
1896 Bernardi, 1893 Benz Victoria, 1894 Peugeot, 1899 Fiat, 1904 Oldsmobile, 1907 Itala (Peking - Paris), 1913 De Dion Bouton, 1914 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost, 1916 Ford T, 1928 Isotta Fraschini 8A, 1929 Alfa Romeo.

 

Opening Hours:
Open every day, holidays included: 10.00 - 18.30

Closing days:
every Monday

Web Site:
www.museoauto.it

   

GALLERIA FERRARI (Ferrari Gallery)   

Via Dino Ferrari, 43 - 41053 Maranello (Modena)Built in 1988 and officially inaugurated on the 18th February 1990, this modern two story building houses exhibits of both racing and road cars. The museum was built by the local government in collaboration with Ferrari S.P.A.

Notes:
750 Monza, 1981 F1 126/C2, 1987 F1 87 Turbo, 1985 F1 156/85, F1 89, 1951 F2 166, 166 berlin, Sup. 48-50, GTO Evoluzione, F 40, 166 DeLuxe, 250 GT, 125 GT, 125 Sport, Dino 246 GT/M, 250 GT/L, 275 GTB/4 6 carb, 512 BBI (Daytona), F 40 Le Mans, GTO, Formula Indy, F1 1995 Schumacher, F 50 manichino, F1 Prost 1990.

 

Opening Hours:
Open every day, holidays included:
9.30-12.30 / 14.30-18.00

Closing days:
every Monday

Web Site:
www.galleria.ferrari.com

   

FERRUCCIO LAMBORGHINI MUSEUM   

 

Via Statale 342, 44040 Dosso (Ferrara)After Ferruccio Lamborghini died, his son Tonino managed to build and open the Centro Studi e Ricerche Ferruccio Lamborghini as a tribute to his father. The museum was inaugurated on May 13, 1995. The museum holds just about everything Ferruccio achieved during his life with most of the cars on display being from Ferruccio's own private museum.

Notes:
to arrange your private visit to the museum please contact before hand:
Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum
Phone: +39 051 86 26 28 Fax: +39 051 86 49 56
Via Statale 342, 44040 Dosso (Ferrara)

 

 

Opening Hours:
The museum does not keep regular hours and is only open on appointment.

Web Site:
www.museolamborghini.it

 


MUSEO STORICO ALFA ROMEO (Historic Museum)   

Centro Direzionale Alfa Romeo, Viale Alfa Romeo - 20020 Arese (Milano)

The museum shows past and current models, prototypes, racing cars: the complete history of Alfa Romeo.

Notes:
Free entrance. Groups: Please telephone in advance

1910 24 HP Torpedo (the first manufactured by Alfa Romeo); 1913 40/60HP Corsa ; 1914 40/60 Aerodinamica Ricotti; 1924 Targa Florio; 1931 1750 GS; 1936 Tipo C; 158 GP; Tipo B, 8c 2300, 2900, Giulietta, Giulia

 

Opening Hours:
Open Monday to Friday (except holidays) 09.30-12.30 / 14.30-16.30

Closing days:
Closed in August

Web Site:
www.alfaromeo.com


PININFARINA COLLECTION   

Via Nazionale 30 - 10020 Cambiano (Torino)

The Collection contains about fifty cars, the oldest dating from 1936. They are not all on permanent display, but rotated. Some are one-offs or examples from limited series; others are taken from bigger production runs or are styling models and research prototypes.

Notes:
Inside Pininfarina Design Centre

 

 Opening Hours:
Open by appointment only

Web Site:
www.pininfarina.it


MUSEO «TAZIO NUVOLARI»   

Piazza Broletto 9 - 46100 Mantova

The Museum displays plenty of relics, papers, trophies, models and pictures about the myth of Tazio Nuvolari: one of the greatest car-racing drivers of all times.

Notes:
In the town center, in the pedestrian zone

 

Opening Hours:
Open all year round
10.00-13.00 - 15.30-18.30.

Closing days:
Closed Monday and Tuesday

Web Site:
www.tazionuvolari.it

 


MUSEO FORD GRATTON   

Via Gorizia 150 - 34070 Farra d'Isonzo (Gorizia)

Collection of Fords plus many other cars and motorcycles. Reproduction of the first Ford assembly line, 1897 Cleveland;

Notes:
40 km from Trieste, 120 km from Venice, 35 km from Udine, on road 351 between Gorizia and Farro d'Isonzo. Large parking area

1902 Oldsmobile Curved Dash; 1909 Ford T Sport; 1913 Ford; 1918 Fiat 501; 1932 Ford V8 Tudor; 1934 Lancia Augusta; 1959 Ford Zephyr (GB); 1963 Ford Taunus (D); 1965 Ford Mustang, collection of various types of radio

 

 

Opening Hours:
Open every working day 10.00-13.00 by appointment.

Closing days:
closed on Sundays and in August

Web Site:
museo ford gratton

 


MUSEO DELL'AUTOMOBILE DI SAN MARTINO (Car Museum)   

Via Barbieri 12 - 42018 San Martino in Rio (Reggio Emilia)


Established in 1965 by Emilio Storchi Fermi nicknamed Barighin, this museum chronicles the history of cars and motorbycicles from 1890 to 1970. The Zedel (1910) belonging to Margherita of Savoia; a Ford T (1916), Pope John XXIII's Fiat (1959) and an Itala dating from 1920 are among the most interesting pieces.

Notes:
Autostrade (freeways) A 22 and A 1 crossing, Minibar, Free entrance

1910 SPA 25/30, 1910 Zedel 10HP, 1916 Ford T, 1919 Fiat 505, 1920 Itala 50, 1925 Fiat 501, 1926 Fiat 509, 1927 Ansaldo 4H, some Fiat 508, 1934 Lancia Artena, 1935 Fiat/NSU Ardita 527S, 1935 Lancia Augusta, 1936 MG PB, 1938 Lancia Aprilia, 1946 Lancia Aprilia Bertone Cabriolet, 1939 MG TB Tickford, 1946 MG TC, 1948 Fiat 500 B, 1949 Alfa Romeo Freccia d'oro, 1950 Lancia Ardea, 1952 Fiat 500 C, 1955 MG A, 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS, 1934 Rolls Royce 25 HP, 1954 Jaguar Tojero, Aston Martin DB2, 1961 Jaguar E, Jaguar XK 140, 1971 Fiat 130 coupé, 1962 Lancia Flaminia coupé, 1959 Lancia Flaminia berlina, 1954 Mercedes 170.

 

Opening Hours:
Open Friday evening, first weekend every month, and by appointment.

Closing days:

Web Site:
www.museodellauto.it


QUATTRORUOTE COLLECTION   

Via Achille Grandi 5-7 - 20089 Rozzano (Milano)

Collection of landmark cars from all over the world, some of which extremely rare and prototypes. Coaches from the early 19th c. onwards and some rare bicycles.

Notes:
Just south of Tangenziale Ovest, adjacent to the autostrada (freeway) A7 , Parking.

Isotta Fraschini 8 AS Farina; 1939 Bugatti 57 Gangloff

 

 

Opening Hours:
Open one Sunday a month in April, May, June, September, October or by appointment.

Closing days:

Web Site:
www.quattroruote.it

 


MUSEO DELL'AUTOMOBILE "LUIGI BONFANTI" (Car Museum)   

Via Torino, 2 - 36060 Romana d'Ezzelino (VI)

Different from most other car museums in not having a permanent collection, the museum founded in 1993 by Luigi Bonfanti has thematic displays, each lasting a few months. The museum organizes temporary exhibitions of vintage, sports and racing cars. The Fiat Abarth 1000 Pininfarina and the 1912 Fiat 15 ter fire-engine are included in the permanent display.

Notes:
3 Km North of Bassano, Parking

 

 

Opening Hours:
Open every day January to December, 10.00-12.00 - 14.30-18.30.

Closing days:
closed on Monday

Web Site:
www.museobonfanti.veneto.it

 


MUSEO DELLE MOTOCICLETTE DUCATI (Ducati motorbikes Museum)   

Via Cavalieri Ducati, 3 Borgo Panigale (Bologna) - 40132

ItalyThe great moments of the Ducati past are recounted using a variety of Ducati racing motorcycles, images, memorabilia and componentry. Divided into nine main sections, the museum reiterates the chronology of over fifty years of Ducati's evolution from a small electrical company to a motorcycling giant.
The history of Ducati motorbikes spans more than half a century and includes many models which are still highly sought after. Whether you are a vintage collector, or simply interested in classical bikes, you will find something of interest here.

    

 

Opening Hours:
Open only by appointment:
9am to 5pm (Monday to Friday); Saturday only for groups.

Closing days:
Sundays, Bank Holidays, August, from December 22 to January 7 and the Holy Week

Web Site:
ducati.com

 

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