The Alfa Romeo Historical Museum, located in Arese, about 20 minutes from central Milan, opened in December 1976. The museum spreads over 4,800 square metres. Its six floors are divided into four theme areas, including a historical review of all Alfa Romeo road cars produced since 1910, prototypes, “dream cars”, aircraft, scale models and awards.
The museum has over 250 cars and 150 engines, and approximately half are on view. These include at least one example of each model produced, plus prototypes and racing cars. Combined, the museum’s collection of cars is worth between 50 and 60 million euros.
The museum is dedicated to over 100 years of the Alfa Romeo marque, which has produced various products like automobiles, commercial vehicles, railway locomotives, tractors, buses and aircraft engines.
The museum has reopened after renovation and now is more prestigious and historical than ever. A luxurious collection of vehicles, from 1910 24 HP Torpedo until present. Visitors are invited to explore the unique world of Alfa Romeo’s history, present and future, and discover style and technology of a famous Italian car manufacturer.