The Alfa Romeo Historical Museum has been open since 1976, in the immediate vicinity of the brand’s headquarters, after having experienced a long gestation period. The goal is naturally to tell the more than century-old story of the clover brand, and to relive its many sporting successes. The decoration of the museum, with many photos, highlights the men who made it famous as well as the industrial aspects of the company.
The Alfa Romeo Historical Museum presents about 70 cars illustrating the history of the brand. Cars are divided into 3 categories:
- The timeline with the milestones that have marked Alfa Romeo history, from the very first ALFA 24 HP to the 156 of the 2000s
- The “Beauties” area includes the cars that their lines have made timeless, automotive icons forever, whether they are production cars or show cars by the greatest Italian designers.
- The “Speed” area dedicated to the Alfas who roamed the circuits, won the biggest races in the world and built on the circuits the legend Alfa Romeo
Whatever their category, many of these cars are mythical and are the interest of visiting the Alfa Romeo Historical Museum. Let us mention the 6C 1500 and 6C 1750 Sport and the Alfa 8C which skimmed the circuits before the war, the Alfetta 158 and Alfetta 159, born before the2nd World War, but which will then distinguish themselves during the F1 World Championships of the 1950s. There is also the Alfa 33 series in the sports-proto category, including the sublime 33 Stradale. The Alfa Romeo 6c and 8C also gave birth to (sporty) passenger cars that have remained famous with their fluid lines, such as the 6C 2500 “Villa d’Este”. Other icons, the Disco Volante (1952), the Montreal, the Carabo and Iguano concepts.
The Alfa Romeo Museum offers an educational program with many activities and animations that will interest the youngest. At the end of the visit, a 4D cinema room with interactive seats allows the visitor to “live” the Alfa Romeo experience through films dedicated to the brand and sporting successes. Of course, you can treat yourself to some souvenirs at the shop, while the Alfa Romeo Café offers drinks and meals during the museum’s opening hours.
Finally, the museum also has a showroom where it is possible to discover the current Alfa Romeo and Jeep models, and even to place an order and have it delivered.
|All year round||10am – 6pm|
|Closing day: Tuesday|
|Seniors (over 65 years old), groups||10,00 €|
|Youth (6 to 18 years old)||€5.00|
|Children (under 6 years old), PRM||Free|
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