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Founded in 1932, the Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile is one of the most famous tech and science museums in the world. With a contemporary and futuristic look, the museum's collection includes more than 200 original cars of 80 different brands, each...more
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It's a wonderful walk through Italian history explained with cars, way of life of Italian people who were buying those cars. Absolutely worthed to visit! It take more than 2 hours if you like to visit everything.
È un bellissimo percorso attraverso la storia italiana...More
What a fabulous museum.....so many fantastic cars.
Really enjoyed all the displays. The history of automobiles, icon cars and ideas of future expectations in motoring, all dealt with in an very interesting way.
A museum all the family will enjoy.
Excellent value at only 10...More
A bit out of town but not far from a metro stop. Very well laid out and organised with many (probably 50% Italian) cars, a gallery of racing cars from early days to modern times and every shape and form of Fiat 500s. Worth the...More
An amazing journey through Italy’s cars!! Exquisite models of beautiful cars! Another example of the Italians amazing qualities of displaying beautiful items! Not too many, not too few, plenty of space around them to admire !
We loved it! We had walked for over an...More
Freely admit that I like cars. Always have. Have been to a lot of car venues but this has to be the best car museum around. Ok a big focus on Fiat but not a surprise given where it is. However they give a great...More
Good answer, Federico! The only thing I'd add is go from Florence to Turin's Porta Nova station, and directly from there on the subway to Lingotto station, which is about a 20 minute walk from MAUTO. Explore the rest of... More
Good answer, Federico! The only thing I'd add is go from Florence to Turin's Porta Nova station, and directly from there on the subway to Lingotto station, which is about a 20 minute walk from MAUTO. Explore the rest of Turin after you see the cars. Definitely doable in a day - but worth at least 3 or 4! And, if you've never been to Genoa, this trip would be a good way to see it and its excellent maritime museum, Galata Museo del Mare, the seagoing version of MAUTO, on the way coming or going.