This unique museum hosts a vast collection of old typewriters (over 300), restored with attention to detail, perfectly preserved and working. The collection, gathered with passion by Domenico Scarzello, counts typewriters from all over the world such as the United States, Canada, Europe, former Soviet countries, Japan and countries of northern Africa. The items belong to different historical periods, starting from 1873 up to the first computer. An ad hoc space is dedicated to Olivetti, the first Italian factory for the production of typewriters.
Corso Monviso, 25