The thing is, the Moto Guzzi Museum never actually closed. It only appeared that way because, since February 24, 2020, nobody has been able to get there. It happens to plenty of places all the time. 

But we’re happy to announce that starting September 2021. The Moto Guzzi Museum will be open again to the public. To help the few remaining people who still enjoy their time indoors.

Moto Guzzi plans to reopen this Museum for a brief period from September 9 and 12, 2021, and you will have to get the reservation to get access specifically.


The facility will once again be open to all fans of Moto Guzzi. The announcement was made by the Moto Guzzi earlier today, and Motociclismo has further details. 

While there’s a lot we don’t know about what the Museum will or won’t be showing when it reopens, we do know when it plans to reopen: September 2021.


  • September 9 and 10 ( Opening hours are 2:30 and 6:00 p.m)
  • September 11 and 12 (Opening hours are 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m)

However, there are no more details available about the dates and hours.

On the positive side, the Moto Guzzi Museum’s reopening allows visitors to view pieces of fine Italian engineering during one of the worst pandemic periods of our time. 

The idea that if some people are willing to do their part.Then there can be moments of normalcy has been echoed by curators at other museums. Around the world that are temporarily closing some or all of their exhibits. 

By reopening, Moto Guzzi helps maintain some normality in what is otherwise an environment where health experts have warned against civilians being without masks. And staying at least three feet away from others for up to two days after being exposed.

via Moto Guzzi and Motociclismo


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