Created in 2015 to safeguard and enhance the heritage of the FCA Group, the Heritage department has opened a 15,000 m² museum in Turin, in a former Fiat factory restored and furnished. The building also hosts the other activities of the department, such as archives or restoration workshops. Since the end of 2022, the museum called Heritage Hub is therefore open to the public. Access to the museum is via guided tours in English and Italian. The tour allows you to discover nearly 300 cars that cover the history of the 3 brands Abarth, Fiat and Lancia, with touring, sports and competition cars as well as unique concepts and prototypes.
Usually, Heritage Hub opens on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. However, in the event of a public holiday or a particular event during the week, the opening days may be modified. It is therefore recommended to check the opening schedule before planning your visit. In addition, tickets must be booked online on the planning website. For groups of more than 20 people, a specific reservation can be made by contacting the museum. Finally, note that the museum is not accessible to children under 6 years old. Go to the presentation page on the website for more informations.
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