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The Alfa Romeo Museum reopens to the public on the Brand’s 110th anniversary and reveals its hidden treasures

Automoto TV
The Alfa Romeo Museum reopened to the public and it has chosen a very special date to do so: June 24th, the day on which the Brand celebrates its 110th anniversary. The festivities for the Biscione’s anniversary took place in Arese and continued during the following days as well. On the occasion of this important celebration, the Museum remained open during its usual hours, from 10am to 6pm every day until Sunday 28 June. The Museum has a very special surprise in store for clubs and enthusiasts: for the first time ever, visitors will have the opportunity to see the permanent collection as well as certain areas that have previously remained closed to the public and were not included in the museum itinerary: the two floors of the former Management Centre in Arese where the Collection is stored. Referred to as the “backstage of the Museum,” the Collection includes the following: An additional 150 vehicles Dozens of automotive, aeronautical and marine engines Hundreds of models, trophies, artworks, accessories A racing motorboat and much more