ALESSANDRIA CITTÀ DELLE BICICLETTE
Visit the museum
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. | 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Museum Alessandria Città delle Biciclette
Via San Lorenzo 21
HOW TO REACH US
The museum is easily accessible from the train station (10 minutes walk) or by car with recommended parking at Piazza delle Libertà. From the large city parking area, on foot, through the Guerci Gallery, in a few minutes you can reach the museum entrance.
Saturday and Sunday
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Reservation required for schools on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The museum is accessible to people with motor disabilities.
Guided group and school visits are possible by appointment.
A museum in the heart of Alexandria
The Museum Alessandria Città delle Biciclette
It is on the third floor of Palazzo Monferrato, located in the heart of the historic centre of Alessandria, in a structure belonging to the Chamber of Commerce, used as a multifunctional exhibition centre. The building has ample space to host exhibitions, shows and conferences.
The third exhibition floor, as well as the second floor used for temporary exhibitions, some periodically linked to the theme of the bicycle, can be reached from the main staircase of the Palace, known as the Scala di Rappresentanza and can also be used as an integral part of the route according to the needs of the individual exhibition. The second and third floors are connected by 2 internal stairs and a lift in order to create an exhibition itinerary. From the third floor, you can easily reach the buvette through an internal staircase or elevator, a suggestive location also used for ceremonies and events.
All the exhibition spaces are monitored by a 24 hour video surveillance system with infrared cameras, it is possible to activate workstations on the floors to allow room staff to monitor the rooms in real time.
The museum is in Via San Lorenzo at 21, in the historical centre of Alessandria. And it is easily accessible from the train station (10 minutes walk) or by car with recommended parking at Piazza delle Libertà. From the large city parking area, on foot, through the Galleria Guerci, in a few minutes you can reach the museum entrance.
besides the museum
And when you'll be out of Museo AcdB you'll probably feel like pedaling on those roads covered by champion trails and brave, often heroic, cyclists from Alessandria (and not), all of them have contributed to make: GREAT the image of the bicycle, POWERFUL the message of freedom that comes from it, ETERNAL the value of a means that has always pedaled in our society and is the best MEANS to know the EARTH. This earth.
Beyond Palazzo Monferrato and Alessandria, in this Lower Piedmont rich in cycling history, there is an embarrassment of riches for cyclists of all kinds. There is the opportunity to discover a wonderful territory, with splendid scenery, nature trails, sports opportunities and surprising food and wine discoveries.
An endless opportunity for refreshment and hospitality, authentic and spontaneous, to live a holiday or a weekend of wellness and the pleasure of discovering this corner of Italy.