The Museum stands out from other automobile museums precisely because of its location at this hugely important historic site. The Mille Miglia Museum is the guardian of history there, telling its legendary story and providing living testament, day after day, to that period of the region’s past.
The Lamborghini Museum at Sant’Agata Bolognese has adopted a new look and become MUDETEC, the Museum of Technology in 2019. A program takes visitors on a journey of discovery through the brand and its revolutionary masterpieces: each the result of ongoing investment in research and development and its huge contribution to Automobili Lamborghini.
Visiting the Museum Gottard Park is like an encyclopedia of technology and engineering that excites adults and children. Result of a long and patient research of hundreds and hundreds of resources, equipment, machines of all ages and from all over the world. A series of motorcycles, cars, locomotives, military vehicles, aircraft and much more.
Housed in an ex-school built in Neo- Renaissance style in 1922, the Museum focuses on the places and protagonists (both individually and collectively) of the epochal transformations in the territory of the Idice Valley.
The former Frera factories in via Zara were built in 1905 by Corrado Frera to host his company by the same name, founded in Milan in 1897. Today it has been rebuilt by the Municipal administration to host the Civic Library and the Motorcycle Museum.
The building that for nearly thirty years was a mechanics workshop where hundreds of motorbikes were assembled, today has a beautiful liberty-style orange façade.
On the upper floor it is possible to visit the Motorcycle Museum divided into two areas, one bigger, of the Frera models, and another those of their competition.