Ducati motorcycle factory tour – Visit with KIDS

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  1. Hendrik says:

    I remember once when I was a kid my father took me to a motorcycle race which was simply amazing. First time ever and I can even remember the smell of this special gasoline. This is for kids so fascinating, great that you also do such things. Its a playful way to discover the world and possible interests!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      You never know what will spark a child’s imagination for sure! It was so cool to learn a little more about Dad’s passion, too. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

  2. James Smith says:

    That’s a good way of letting Dad have some peace. Tell them he had to learn about Barbies and Trash pack monsters. Or in my case I had to watch Toy Story over and over (that was fun by the way). It looked like a great day out!

  3. I think I would truly enjoy visiting this factory even though I am not a motorcycle enthusiast. I also think it would be a great family experience to share the history and view some of those early bikes. If I were anywhere close I would certainly visit. Thanks for the fun post.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      It was a rare opportunity to see a working factory and a great way to explain ‘assembly line’ to kids! We all really enjoyed it.

  4. Maja Mexatia says:

    Cool place for kids to learn more about what dad loves! I’m sure your little guy will remeber this visit when he grows up and be thankful for creating this great childhood memory.

  5. Janine Good says:

    What a great day out for the motorcycle fans out there! I never would have thought Italy would have such an attraction so it was great to learn about something new and different to visit next time in Italy. Ducatis are impressive vehicles and this looked like a great collection.

  6. I love travelling pillion on my friends bike and has been lucky enough to travel extensively through Europe. I think he would love to visit this factory. I love it when factories open up their doors for tours

    • NatalieTanner says:

      How exciting! I only ride pillion as well and love watching the world go by from a motorcycle! The factory was so interesting! Thanks for stopping by, Kathy.

  7. Cynthia says:

    How interesting! I’m not *into* either, but even I think I would find something interesting here. Love your advice too about traveling with others and taking turns. So important, and really means so much to the other person to experience what they enjoy.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      LOL! I understand completely. About the advice to consider the joy of others and try to learn about them and take turns….wouldn’t the whole world be nicer if we all did that? *sigh* According to Mother Teresa, “If you want to change the world, go home and love your family.” and I think this goes along with her philosophy. And….it turns out to be pretty interesting, too! Thanks for stopping by!

  8. Glad I came across this post! I didn’t know about this factory when I visited Italy. But there is always a next time. You are right; travel is a great way to learn.

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