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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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If you are in love with classical cars and you are interested in seeing the development of the car in the first 50 years of the 20th century, this is a good museum for you.
But if you're in love with new cars, you're very...More
I always love antique cars. This place is perfect place for those who love car. I fed me right info on cars and how Italian brand made out in history of man kind. Leather and wood in earlier cars in display, shows the predecessors do...More
I visited this museum as my husband is interested in cars - I'm not at all. But I found it fascinating. We paid for audio guides which provided very interesting commentary. The older cars from the early 20th century were beautiful to look at. There...More
You would expect a lot of famous italian cars and automobiles. However, the museum is basically telling the general historische of automobiles, often in a childish manner. Bad illumination makes it impossible to make pictures. The only highlite is the collection of antique F1 cars.
We spent a few hours in this museum and all found something to interest us , from the history of design to wonderful old cars to formula 1. It worth it just to see how quickly change happened since the late 1800's.
Very interesting museum with a range of historic cars to die for.
Easy to get to from Lingotto metro station.
Need about 1- 2 hrs to complete and a reasonable entry price
Well worth a visit when in Turin
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.