The Museum preserves, studies and interprets the historic heritage, to make it accessible for the public.
This heritage comprises the collections (15 thousand technical-scientific objects), the archive (paper and photos) and the library (40 thousand volumes and magazines) which witness the history of science, technology and industry, starting from the 19th century to the present, with particular reference to Italy.
15.000 technical-scientific and artistic objects make up the Museum’s collections. Gathered starting from the 1930s, they represent the history of Italian science, technology and industry from the 19th century to the present. They include technical-scientific tools, equipment and machines, also in large sizes, with particular reference to transport (on the road, by ship, train or plane), to energy production, iron and steel industry, to the history of communications and informatics as well as astronautics.
Visits will be, EVENTUALLY, combined with the highlights of Milan in the area.