The Alfa Romeo Museum in Arese was closed down in 2011, however in June of this year the petrolhead heaven re-opened, allowing Italian-car fans like you and me to see racing and road-going legends from the automaker’s past.
Petrolicious recently took a trip out to the museum, which is located in Alfa Romeo’s old headquarters, and concluded it should be on any car lover’s bucket list. The first floor features notable examples of Alfa Romeo’s road cars produced from 1914 to the 2000’s – including the new Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde. The second floor features one-off models made by designers such as Pininfarina, Zagato and Bertone and also has a dedicated section to the 6C, Giulia and TZ Codatronca.
The top two floors feature Alfa’s Grand Prix racecars, prototypes and GT cars. Any Alfa true fan will be familiar with the cars in these rooms, which include the legendary 33 Stradale, C52 Disco Volante and a personal favorite of ours, the 1993 155 V6Ti DTM.
For more info on the Alfa Romeo Museum, visit the gallery’s website. We’re booking our ticket right now, so maybe we’ll see you there?