An MV Agusta F4 sits next...
An MV Agusta F4 sits next to a Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft in the Volandia aviation museum.
A museum of sixty thousand square meters. There are no dusty paintings: there is the history of flight, a little walk from Malpensa airport. Volandia—furnished in the old sheds of Officine Caproni, with five theme sections, more than 30 aircraft and one thousand models in exhibition—tells the most fascinating challenge, and it will do it through the history of the aeronautical companies, intersecting symbolically and in facts with the history of MV Agusta motorcycles, which are exhibited in an area of the museum.
It is the historical premises of the Italian motorcycle and aeronautical industry, and even today in this territory the world’s leading industries operate. They are leaders in technology, quality of the products, know-how and exclusivity.
At the entrance of one of the biggest world museums, dedicated to aviation, in a devoted area of the Volandia Store, one feels hanging among past, present and future, two wheels and aircraft. The store offers much: books, gadgets, historical papers, including clothing and accessories with MV Agusta trademark, that might even be purchased after admiring the new models of the company of Varese. Brutale and F4, the dream of all motorcyclists, who cheer them as the most beautiful motorcycles in the world, a summary of technology, innovation and design.
The museums are open every day, excluding Mondays, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. For further information please visit the website: www.volandia.it.