The Piaggio Museum was inaugurated in March 2000 in the premises of the former tooling workshop, one of the oldest and most fascinating buildings of the industrial complex in Pontedera. This is where the company established its production starting from the early 1920s. The museum was created to preserve and enhance the historical heritage of one of the oldest Italian companies, aiming to reconstruct the events of Piaggio and its territory, retracing a long stretch of Italian history marked by economic transformations, cultural shifts, and industrial development. This is achieved through the exhibition of its most famous and representative products and the rich documentation preserved in the Historical Archive.

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