The special reopening of the Alfa Romeo Museum

The Alfa Romeo Historical Museum is ready to reopen to the public in total safety, protecting the health of visitors and staff.

The Alfa Romeo Historical Museum is ready to reopen to the public in total safety, protecting the health of visitors and staff. And it will do so on June 24, a special date for alfists from all over the world, who will celebrate the Milanese's 110th anniversary that day. After the forced closure imposed by the lockdown, finally great news for motor enthusiasts and for anyone who wants to return to breathe the art, history and passion of a brand that the whole world envies us.

Alfa Romeo - Sala velocità

Alfa Romeo - Sala velocità

SOCIAL CULTURE

In these months of confinement, not being able to welcome visitors in the rooms, the staff has significantly implemented the activity on the museum's social channels, creating and disseminating numerous videos dedicated to some of the models that have made the history of Biscione. An initiative highly appreciated by followers, who through Facebook and Instagram responded with enthusiasm, sharing the contents and never actually losing contact with passion.

BACKSTAGE: THE ALPHA WITHOUT SECRETS.

The museum, which for now will remain open with the usual hours 10-18 from 24 to 28 June and, from the following week, Saturday and Sunday at the same time, has several surprises in store for visitors. After visiting the permanent collection, for the first time guests will be able to enter the secret rooms of the museum, closely observing all those treasures that, for reasons of space, normally do not find a place in the traditional exhibition path.

It is a 'parallel' collection made of engines, models, trophies, art objects and 150 cars from which, on a monthly basis, the museum curators will soon return to fish rare pieces for the benefit of the most indomitable fans of the Biscione, that thanks to the well-chosen review 'Backstage' they have had and will soon have an opportunity to replenish their own Alfista culture. The appointments initially scheduled in March and April, suspended due to the health emergency, have been scheduled for Saturday 27 June (in-depth analysis of the Spider single-seater concept, an extreme prototype of the 916) and Sunday 28 June (the section of the 164 will be analyzed in detail Q4). Both meetings will be held in the Giulia room at 15.00. To attend the conferences, included in the entrance ticket, it is necessary to book by sending an e-mail to info@museoalfaromeo.com.

To access the guided tours, organized for groups of up to ten people, you must instead make a reservation at collection@museoalfaromeo.com

EVERYBODY ON THE TRACK.

Excellent news for those who, on Wednesday 24 June, will arrive in Arese aboard their Alfa Romeo. The owners can treat themselves and give their car a unique experience by taking part in the parades organized by the staff on the museum's testing circuit.

My Alfa GT Blackline

My Alfa GT Blackline

A unique opportunity that, on the day of the celebrations for the first 110 years of the Biscione, will allow alphists to try their historic or modern car among the curbs of the 'pistino'. Finally, on this special day, visitors will be able to touch the new, very powerful Giulia GTA, built in a limited series just to celebrate the brand's 110th anniversary.

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Comments (4)

  • Great to see that they're making steps to re-open.

      4 months ago
  • Done it going again and no electric rubbish.

      4 months ago
  • This one is definitely on my bucket list! Maybe I'll manage to go this year...

      4 months ago

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