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Museo Agusta

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scubanoj wrote a review Aug 2019
Rochdale, Lancs16 contributions15 helpful votes
Interesting for the iconic motorcycles, helicopters etc. Some interesting concept vehicles and a helicopter simulator that you can have a go in.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Manolis F wrote a review Jun 2019
Athens, Greece7 contributions15 helpful votes
Nice museum with the history of Agusta. The staff was very friendly! Many things to see (Helicopters and Bikes) and learn !
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Audrey K wrote a review Jun 2018
Guignen, France30 contributions5 helpful votes
Grazie Mario per la vista fantastica ! Between English, French and Italian we understand all about MV Agusta!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Zuzana M wrote a review Apr 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,236 contributions76 helpful votes
Museo MV Agusta was supposed to fill some time between our hotel check-out and the flight. It turned out to be more than just a pastime. From the outdoor design - aircrafts welcoming and luring visitors, to a user-friendly interior set-up, this museum is one of the most memorable ones. The moment we entered we were "taken hostage" by a passionate, in-the-know guide, who obviously lives and breathes motorcycle world, its history, and particularly the Agusta dynasty. A symbolic entrance fee of a couple of euro gives you several hours of entertainment and learning. The premises are not too huge, on two floors plus outdoor exhibition and a separtae military aircrafts in a tent. However , it can easily take more than two hours to go through. there are original vehicles, engines of varios aircrafts, helicopters, models, sketches and infposters about the famous racers and champons. There is even a chopper flight simulator, occupied not only by young boys - visitors. Very good museum to visit once you have at least some knowledge in the field. This will deepen knowledge of the fascinating world of motorbike racing, helicopter flying, but also technical and engineering particulars.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Mike R wrote a review Nov 2016
Marmande, France90 contributions19 helpful votes
I grew up following motorbike racing from the 1960s so this was a long anticipated visit for me as I saw the bikes that I had stood watching at circuits across the UK. If you grew up in the era of Hailwood and Ago as I did, this is a place to just sit and stare and absorb. As an ex RAF man the helicopter side was interesting but I really struggled to stray far from those exotic red racing bikes. To be so close to the machines of my heroes was a genuinely moving and emotional experience. The Shop offered a good range of clothing and interesting pieces and I only just managed to keep my Credit card under control! It is hard to be detached in this review - I could have unrolled a sleeping bag and happily slept next to the mythical 6 cylinder 500GP bike. It is worth a visit if you are interested in bikes or helicopters but, if you are from my era and interests, it is so much more.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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