At the fascinating Stanguellini Museum, founded in 1996 by Francesco Stanguellini, Vittorio’s son, visitors can admire the finest automobiles and accessories as well as publicity materials dating to the firm’s beginnings. Among the thirty very special automobiles on display, the first Fiat Sport 750 and 1100, the Stanguellini Junior 1100, and the Stanguellini-Guzzi Colibrì are standouts. Another notable automobile is a favorite with visitors: the Fiat Tipo 0 with plate number “MO 1,” the first car registered in Modena!
Your experience includes:
- Learn the history of an automobile maker whose glorious past is marked by innumerable competitions and victories, a producer of models that are destined to live on in the imaginations of automobile aficionados for all time, many of which you’ll find on display in the fascinating Stanguellini Museum.
- Admire automobiles that are recognized as true jewels: racing cars like the Formula Junior in all its variations, powered by the Fiat 1100 engine that was modified significantly over the years to carry Formula Junior cars to victory after victory; the 750 single-seater that competed in a number of Mille Miglia open-road endurance races as well as the Italian championship; the Colibrì streamliner, designed by Franco Scaglione as a record car; and the small, open-topped model 1100 and 750 “Barchetta” cars in the “National Sport” and “International Sport” categories, which gave Stanguellini the chance to debut its automobiles on Europe’s most notable race tracks and capture the attention of the entire world.
- See the 1908 Fiat Tipo 0 with plate number “MO 1,” bought by Vittorio’s father and placed on display in honor of the family’s long history as Modena’s first official Fiat dealer.
Guided Tours of the Stanguellini Museum last about 60 minutes.
- Regular admission: €15 per person
- Discounted admission for children from 6-12 (accompanied by parents): €10 per person.
- Free admission for children up to 5, guided tours and tour guides, visitors with persons with disabilities and their caretakers, and accredited journalists.
- For groups: One free admission for each group of 15.
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Guided tours are not private, and other visitors may join your group
Visits may be cancelled without penalty up to twenty-four hours before the reserved time.