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Stanguellini Car Museum

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Stanguellini Car Museum

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Via Emilia Est 756, 41125, Modena Italy
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You say Lambretta, and you say a piece of Italian history.<br>How about a fun Lambretta ride through the vineyards and the sunny hills of the Modena countryside or do you prefer to immerse yourself in the Ferrari world? The game is done, we offer you the opportunity to experience Modena and its beauties from a completely different point of view starting from the Ca 'del rio resort in Formigine (Mo).<br>With us you can treat yourself to an unforgettable day on the saddle of our colorful Lambrettas and breathe the air deeply in an area made of motor and gastronomic excellence.<br>You will have the opportunity to visit Maranello and the historic Ferrari track and passing through Formigine its splendid castle, the heart of our territory.<br>Continuing your Emilian journey you will be able to admire the Cathedral of Modena and the Ghirlandina tower, symbol of the city of Modena with its 89 meters.<br>On the way back, if you want, you can also enjoy the splendid Emilian cuisine.<br>Discover Modena with us!<br><br>
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ilbudriese wrote a review Dec 2019
Fairfax Station31 contributions11 helpful votes
Worth visiting, as I. did a couple of years ago. Eye candy for the serious engineer. DOHC dating to well before World War Two, still actual piece of jewelry in today's world. Do not expect the glamor of the Galleria Ferrari (now Museo Ferrari) ... it is a small operation. Do not complain about being asked for a contribution at the end of the tour ... after all entrance is free, you cheeps complaining here. And while at it, pay another FREE visit to Campana on the Via Emilia in Modena , just opposite the Stanguellini Museum !
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Andrew C wrote a review Oct 2018
Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom29 contributions10 helpful votes
The museum has just re-opened after relocating in the same complex, it is basically a collection of the Stanguellini Jr racing cars, some record breakers and the personal collection of the family, has about 40 cars of old Fiat's, Maserati's, Jaguars, Alfa Rome's etc. You need to call to go in, they dont charge entry and the chap will guide you (Need to speak Italian)...they just ask to buy something from the selection of merchandise 'if you want'... well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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mitsilad wrote a review Aug 2014
Wellington, New Zealand260 contributions69 helpful votes
We arrived about 10am to find it closed. When I say find that is a mild understatement as there was what appeared to be an empty car showroom with no signs to show where the museum was. Thanks to the lovely receptionist at the nearby BMW dealer, who contacted them, we found that they opened from 2pm to 6pm. We arrived back about 3.30pm, after doing the other tourist venues in Modena, and found the building closed. After speaking with some people nearby the owner of the museum arrived and, as far as we could tell (he spoke no english and we spoke minimal italian) the museum would open at 4pm. We enquired about entry fees "quanta costa" and were told no cost. He let us sit in the empty showroom. By 4.20pm we were some what brassed off when he came out with two guests and went outside and continued speaking while we continued to wait. We were eventually ushered in and shown around (you were not free to wander and view it yourself) and there is some nice exhibits and even with limited italian we were able to understand what we were being shown. Part way through we were joined by a lovely lady who spoke english and translated for us. At the end of the tour we were shown multiple items of merchandise for sale and the HARD sell came on. We were told that we were obligated to buy something to show gratitude for the time taken to show us around. I suspect that had we spoken italian that we would not have been put under the same pressure. This and the hour long wait soured the experience. This could be a lovely experience with better organisation (organised opening hours), better signage and an entry fee rather than a pressure to buy merchandise. Sadly, in its current format I cannot recommend it.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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Debi W wrote a review Jul 2014
Blythewood, South Carolina34 contributions16 helpful votes
I tried to contact this museum to arrange a tour based on the other Trip Advisor reviews for our recent trip to Italy. Unfortunately, no one ever responded to multiple e-mail and website inquiries, and voice messages from a local number in Italy. I'm not sure what we did wrong, as it sounds like many folks have had a great experience.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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dlerital wrote a review Jun 2014
Geneva, Switzerland280 contributions73 helpful votes
car enthusiasts need to go see this. a quite small collection but in a place which totally brings you in the car atmosphere. i was guided by a staff that has been working with the Stanguellini family for over 50 years. He was eager to explain everything to me! you have to speak italian and to book for a visit!
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Date of experience: June 2014
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