Via Luigi Orlando, 325, 51028 Campo Tizzoro PT, Italia
In Campo Tizzoro, on the Pistoia Mountains, you can find industrial factories that once belonged to the SMI, the Società Metallurgica Italiana, one of the most important wartime industries of the 20th century. Here, until the 1980s, cartridges were made, as well as products in copper, bronze and steel. Today, these buildings constitute the museum of the SMI that also include shelters.
The museum route, which winds through the old SMI building, boasts a rich selection representative of the sectors of the production of copper, brass and other special products.