The building where the Piaggio Museum stands today is the former Toolroom, one of the oldest warehouses in the Pontedera plant, which in 2000 was renovated to house the Museum, a center of artistic and cultural development.
Its permanent collection of historic vehicles attracts an ever-increasing number of enthusiasts and onlookers from all over the world, while the Historical Archive, one of the most precious Italian business archives, preserves documentation relating to the history of the company, representing an excellent tool for enhancing local and national memory.
Through the cultural activities that it promotes in collaboration with public administrations and the local associative network, the Piaggio Foundation intends to strengthen the business-culture-territory relationship through temporary exhibitions, meetings and cultural events of great interest.
The Piaggio Museum is therefore a place to visit, experience and interpret. It is the emblem of an exciting journey through the history of a large company and in Italian customs, from the post-war period to the present day, which cannot leave the visitor indifferent.