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Museum Moto Guzzi

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JoR wrote a review Sep 2019
17 contributions7 helpful votes
I could hardly believe how many different types of vehicle the factory had tried out, from the simple single cylinder motorbike, to twins, triples, fours and even a V8! A scooter, and army vehicle, aeroplane engine.... finally with the V twin they seemed to settle down. Things I would have liked to have seen were: - A glimpse into the factory, even just through a window, and - At the end I was quite interested in buying a V85TT and asked about folders or material about it. 'No can do, not that sort of visit'. I think that is a missed chance, there were 50 people interested in the brand and a great opportunity was lost to take their details, or give them a brochure of the latest models to take home. There was a 'book shop' which actually sold clothes, but nothing for someone who might become a motorbike customer. The doorman was kind enough to give me the address of the local dealership, about 500m away. They mostly sell MVs and the name of the dealership was 'Agostini' :-) I did go there too, but 'pushy' is not like this....
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Date of experience: September 2019
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DeeWhyte wrote a review Sep 2019
Saline, Michigan68 contributions17 helpful votes
This is an old school museum, which is fitting for a heritage marque. If you love Moto Guzzis, according to my husband, it's like a trip to a religious site. There are indeed a truly remarkable number of bikes there, some of them very interesting, even for non-afficionados like me. However, there aer soooo many of them cheek by jowl without muhc interpretation, so it gets a little repetitive if you're not an expert. Also, it's not air conditioned. When i was there in late August it was unbearbably hot and humid inside. It didn'tseem to bother the true enthusiasts though and if you are one, I recommende it highly
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Peter G wrote a review Jul 2019
Sydney, Australia970 contributions250 helpful votes
Even if you’re not into motor bikes, the beauty of moto Guzzi bikes really sums up italy. Great design. Mario the security guard is a real character and will point you in the right direction. There’s a little souvineer shop that is usually open, but if not go Agostini around the corner for all your needs. The museum is open from 3 to 4 on weekdays.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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SPAN_Edgbaston wrote a review Jul 2019
Birmingham UK56 contributions20 helpful votes
The way in is not the main factory entrance, but a red sliding door round the side (the gateman told us where), with parking opposite. The museum is free but only open in the afternoons. In July, it is open for a bit longer. There are supposed to be guided tours, but for some reason they weren’t available on the day we went. The museum is arranged over several floors with dozens and dozens of models of Moto Guzzi bikes in chronological order, showing the development of the marque. My other half loved it!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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RobYoung1957 wrote a review May 2019
Orange, Australia4 contributions1 helpful vote
Enjoyed the visit. 1 hour is not enough, but that’s what you get. Just wanted to add a note about parking. It’s easy. Free parking across the road from the factory gate. It’s actually the railway station car park but, the Guzzi factory is at the far end of the parking lot, away from the station entry. So it is the least used. There were lots of empty spaces for cars and bikes when we visited. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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