The Piaggio Museum is the largest Italian museum dedicated to the motorcycle and one of the largest in Europe: 5,000 square meters displaying more than 250 models including Vespa, Ape, Ciao, mopeds and sports brands of the Piaggio group: Aprilia, Gilera and Moto Guzzi (a hundred world titles in motorcycling sports).
Some of the first Vespa models were so futuristic that even today they seem to come from the future: even those who are not passionate about motors cannot but be surprised by the variety and evolution of their design. Now in its 20th year of activity with almost 700,000 visitors, the Piaggio Museum is the largest and most complete Italian museum dedicated to two-wheelers and houses unique examples that tell not only the story of the Piaggio Group and its brands, but also retrace the history of mobility and the industrial and social development of the country.
Among the activities carried out by the Piaggio Foundation, there are art exhibitions, which represent an ideal accompaniment to the permanent collection, music shows and conventions.
There are works by Dalì, Picasso, Burri, Fattori, Modigliani, Carrà and other contemporary artists. The museum pays particular attention to schools, with a full didactic offer .