Since 2002, thanks to the municipal administration led by Lalith Pompeii, the Museum has an absolutely prestigious venue that occupies the entire stable of former slaughterhouse restored with this purpose; for some time, following the return to the family much material Taruffi Autodromo Vallelunga which now bears the name philosophy also transforming the exhibition tour in an interesting itinerary that testifies to the scientific technical progress in motor field in the last century.
But this is not enough because the Museum has recently acquired from a collector quite a number of vintage radios that are now permanently on display in a dedicated room and in view also of the bride and groom dresses in the film "the road" filmed in Bagnoregio from Federico Fellini and Zampanò 's motocarrò in an advanced state of reconstruction.
Over the years the Museum has enriched its heritage through a series of donations and also to the collaboration of renowned artists who have achieved an annual pictorial work inspired by Taruffi.
The Museum's activity was characterized in the Organization of thematic exhibitions and conferences of glare as the numerous initiatives on the occasion of the centenary of the birth of Piero Taruffi that have ranged from an exhibition traveling to the biographical "Guglielmo Marconi and Piero Taruffi: two Italian genes between valves and motors" which, with prestigious scientific and technical collaborations such as the Marconi Foundation He offered to many visitors the opportunity to follow the evolution of the early radio experiments marconiani up to our days.
By 2011 the Museum hosts an exhibit entitled: "the x-ray BISILURO-Anatomy of a fireball" which exposed a part of about five hundred design boards purchased several years ago from a collector made by Piero Taruffi and designers some personally hand-corrected by the engineer. The exhibition, through text panels and movies, is a comprehensive and unique journey to discover the secrets of this extraordinary technical means to record still futuristic and highly topical.
From September 2012 the Museum hosts a number of cars that have made the history of the Rally in the seventies and eighties of the last century: are visible a Fiat 131 Abarth, Fiat 124 Spider Abarth, Lancia Fulvia 1600 Hf "fanalona", a Lancia Stratos, Lancia 037 Rally and the Fiesta GR 2 by Gianfranco Cunico.
A special exhibition section is dedicated to Mr. Francesco De Virgilio, who was honorary member of the Association Taruffi, designer of the first six-cylinder engine that equipped the V Lancia Aurelia.