National Motorcycle Museum
This museum houses over 260 pieces, divided into various themes, periods and images that narrate the history of the motorcycle. Organically laid out, this historical journey begins with the pioneer period with the first motorcycles - the French-made Werner and Frera and Stucchi, manufactured in Italy - which all date from the start of the last century. The period between the two World Wars was characterised by wonderful Moto Guzzi and the museum houses both road and competition models. The museum also has an area dedicated entirely to Italian and overseas sidecars, which marked an important step forward in the history of transport for families.
How to get there: motorway exit A14 Rimini Sud, take S.S. 16 Flaminia on the right side.
Winter opening: from 1st November to 30th April on request
Opening hoursOpening period: open all year round
Entrance: fee payable