Visit: Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile, Corso Unita' d'Italia 40, 10126 Turin Italy
A journey along a century in the history of motor racing.
Guardian and witness of the artisan and industrial creativity linked to the motor world, the National Automobile Museum “Avv. Giovanni Agnelli "is a journey through the history of the automobile to tell its evolution from a means of transport to an object of worship, but also the epochal transformations that have influenced society, customs and ways of life. Among the rarest and most interesting collections of its kind, with over 200 original cars of 80 different brands exhibited at the headquarters of Corso Unità d'Italia 40, the one in Turin is one of the most famous technical-scientific museums in the world that is not however, it is aimed solely at motor enthusiasts, but it was designed to involve a very vast and heterogeneous audience. Mission and values Place of meeting and confrontation, collector of experiences and ideas, living and participatory space: the National Automobile Museum is a bridge between past and future and above all a real laboratory where the history of the automobile and the thousand stories that it itself includes (of crafts, artisans, body builders, applied technologies, scientific innovations and creativity) they become points of reflection and stimulus for the future. The lively and engaging layout, combined with an accurate intuitive and updated thematic analysis, make the museum a place to be visited, not just to visit.