Vespa Muzej Srbija was founded by members of the Vespa Club of Serbia and contains a massive collection of classic models made by the famous Italian scooter manufacturer.
The museum arose from a desire to showcase the unmistakable Italian vehicle. Although it had been in works for several years prior, the idea for the museum didn’t gain real steam until 2012, after an exhibition celebrating the vehicle garnered great interest.
The permanent exhibit showcases the chronological history of the vehicles, from the first model crafted during the 1940s, to the Vespa PX—the last model with manual transmission. Unlike other motorcycle museums, the Vespa Museum is focused only on the scooter.
Besides the various vehicles on display, visitors can also bring their Vespas for repair, since the museum is located in an underground private garage. Visits must be booked in advance.
Know Before You Go
The museum is located in 2 Brzakova in Senjak, Belgrade. For queries related to visits contact one day ahead of the intended visit. Call between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. at +381 63 220 063