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Motorcycle National Museum

Over 260 pieces on display and a library

Over 260 pieces on display and a library

Phone: 0541/731096; 0541/53399 (Tourist Information)

Fax: 0541 633287

This venue hosts about 260 organically arranged pieces which tell the story of motor-cycle by themes, periods and images. The historical route starts with the pioneers' period and the first motor-cycle: the French Werner followed by the Italian Frera and Stucchi, all of them dating back to the beginning of our century.
A special space within the Museum is dedicated to side-cars.
Foreign guest-stars of the Museum are the English Norton, Sunbeam, Rudge and Scott; the American Harley Davidson, Indian and the wonderful 4-cylinder Henderson.
Those who want to restore their models accurately can consult the well-fornished library containing over 10.000 original volumes.
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Weekday hours: From May to October open every day (except Monday) 2 pm - 7 pm
In winter open from Tuesday to Saturday 2 pm - 5 pm. Availability in other times for groups on special request

Entrance fee: €7.00

Through rates: €5.00

Gratuitousness: for disabled people and children under 12 years

Additional notes: There are scheduled many initiatives to discover the motorcycle museum and the hospitality of Romagna. In the period from spring to autumn are proposed guided tours of the museum followed by lunch with typical Romagna menus of fish and meat. The initiative is available for groups of minimum 20 persons. Prices: guided tour + meat menu € 20 per person guided tour + seafood menu € 30 per person



Via Casalecchio, n. 58/n - Rimini (5km oltre la vecchia sede)


0541 731096