The Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum narrates the life of Ferruccio through his mechanical creations and a vast archive of family’s photos. This place, conceived and founded by the entrepreneur Tonino Lamborghini to celebrate his father, was inaugurated in 2014. Inside 9,000 sqm. the Museum holds all the industrial productions of the Doctor of Engineering (Hon. Causa) Lamborghini, from the first Carioca tractor which started his company in 1947, to the most important tractors of the ‘50s,’60s and ‘70s.
Emilio Bariaschi's museum was opened in November, 2008 to illustrate the phenomenon of mass motorization of the immediate postwar period, 1945-1965 in Italy.
There are 160 motorcycles in four halls - from 34 different manufacturers, Italians and Europeans.
Bandini was one of the better known makers of etceterini, hand-built Italian sports- and racing cars in the 1940s and '50s.
Today Registro Storico Bandini displays the life and work of Ilario Bandini in the village where he was born.
Demm was an Italian producer of scooters and mopeds. This museum was realized by Giuliano and Mose Mazzini, a father and son team. Giuliano worked at Demm for decades, rising from the position of a simple draftsman to vice president. The collection includes serial models, prototypes and the factory archive.
This comprehensive museum showcases the industrial history of Bologna.
"In the motor section we come across motorcycle stories and companies with a particular look at the components sector essential for producing the different parts, and then the car industry as seen through the eyes of the Maserati brothers, first in their workshop in via dei Pepoli from 1914, then in the OSCA workshop in San Lazzaro from 1947."