Tickets to Verona's Nicolis Museum
- Discover the history and development of transportation throughout the past two centuries
- Admire over 1,000 objects including old cars, motorcycles, cameras, typewriters and more
- Visit a one-of-a-kind museum showing the evolution of human thought through transportation
Verona's Nicolis Museum is one of the most important private museums in Europe with its large collection of old cars, motorcycles, bicycles, cameras, musical instruments, motors, planes and other inventions of the sort. It is perhaps most known for its rare collection of Formula 1 racecars. This is no traditional museum but rather a modern space for culture and ideas, open to the digital, information and business worlds.
Founded in 2000 by Luciano Nicolis - a businessman passionate about old cars - this automobile, technical and mechanical museum has become one of the most important and beautiful museums dedicated to cars today. The museum boasts an extensive collection of precious and impossible to find today car-related objects collected all around the world by Nicolis - motivated by his great interests in cars and mechanics. There are 8 collections totaling over 1,000 objects that tell the story of how man has overcome the challenge of distance in both time and space.
The objects on display are divided into eight themed categories: automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, airplanes, musical instruments, cameras, typewriters/computers, motors, racecars and military objects. Among the most rare pieces, you will find the first motorcycle to run on gas from 1882, the only remaining Lancia Astura 1000 Miglia automobile in the world, the 1929 Isotta Fraschini (a royal car), the legendary F104 Starfighter plane and many ancient typewriter machines.
- Museum entrance
- Visit of the 8 collections
- Children 11-16 years of age, seniors 60+: reduced
- Children 6-10 years of age: reduced child price
- Children 5 and under: free
Viale Postumia, 71, 37069 Villafranca di Verona VR, Italy
- The museum reserves the right to open or close for special occasions
Tuesday - Sunday from 10.00am to 6.00pm
Open: Easter Monday, Monday 30 April 2018
Closed: 1 January, Easter Sunday, 24-25-31 December
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