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essexcookie_11 wrote a review Jul 2020
Colchester, United Kingdom208 contributions164 helpful votes
Visited in September 2019 , found the whole place exceptionally moving , I didn’t know who Pantani was but husband did , but I learned so much about this very talented cyclist who died in such a tragic way. I think whoever organised the museum did very well and there was lots of interesting things both to see and read. If in the area a must for cycling fans.…
Date of experience: September 2019
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Steven T wrote a review Aug 2019
Antwerp, Belgium20 contributions74 helpful votes
Nice tribute to the fallen cycling hero in his hometown with loads of old jerseys, bikes and paper excerpts. There's even a signed yellow jersey from Vincenzo Nibali on display.
Date of experience: August 2019
1313RichardD1313 wrote a review May 2018
Düsseldorf, Germany138 contributions66 helpful votes
A good collection of Pantani items from his career in this small museum and since we were here to race in the Nove Colli, it felt like a must-see spot. A little pricey at €5 but still worth a visit for this local cycling legend.
Date of experience: May 2018
miguel s wrote a review Jan 2016
Munich, Germany69 contributions18 helpful votes
This space dedicated to the unforgettable rider Marco Pantani is for bike fans a mandatory visit while travelling or having holidays in this wonderful part of Italy. Videos, books and newspapers reporting how great Marco was, maillots, trophies and recognition as well as his bikes are exposed in this magic and mystic place. I had also the chance to shake hand to Marco's father and this was an emotional moment.…
Date of experience: July 2015
Janet M wrote a review Nov 2014
Northern Ireland5 contributions
A must for any cycling fan. Great collection of Marco memorabilia however larger premises would be an advantage. Visited on the day of the Pantani Memorial Race (Sept 14) and it was perhaps busier than normal.
Date of experience: September 2014