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The MAUTO – whose prestigious collection includes cars of 18 different brands from all over the world – starts a project that aims at promoting and enhancing the places linked to the industrial history of Turin, starting from the collaboration with the Stellantis Heritage Hub, whose exhibition areas in Mirafiori house about 250 Fiat, Lancia and Abarth cars, plus a large number of Alfa Romeo, Autobianchi and Jeep vehicles.

Turin has been the most important industrial town in Italy for over a century: more than 70 car factories and 80 coach builders have been established here in the 20th century, as it is clearly shown in the city map on display in the AUTORINO section of the Museum. The MAUTO’s objective is narrating these great resources of the city, not only in its exhibition grounds, but helping tourists and fans to visit some historic or automobile-related places in Turin.

The time-tested relationship between the MAUTO and Stellantis strengthens with the working cooperation with the Stellantis Heritage Hub, the extraordinary historical collection focusing on the great Turin-based brands: FIAT, Lancia and Abarth. The cultural and technical relationship, which has been established since the opening of the Heritage Hub, has now expanded with the agreement on bundling the tour to both exhibition poles. The opportunity to join both collections in a sequential exhibition path provides car fans and tourists visiting Turin with a unique experience. (Benedetto Camerana, President of MAUTO)

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The Heritage Hub exhibition areas are accessed from Gate 31 of the Mirafiori Industrial Compound, which is located in Turin, Via Plava, 80.

Please note that the Heritage HUB entrance is about 500 m from the entrance to the complex.

  • The Heritage Hub covers an area of about 15,000 sqm in the Mirafiori compound and houses about 250 cars of three great Turin-based car brands: Fiat, Lancia e Abarth, in addition to a large number of Alfa Romeo, Autobianchi and Jeep vehicles.
  • The area can only be visited with advance reservation and with specialized guided tours on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
  • Two guided tours per day will be organized, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The tour lasts about two hours.

Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Friday at 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Saturday at 10:30 a.m., 3:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

  • Tickets are on sale until 72 hours before the tour date

Wednesday tour – can be purchased as late as the previous Sunday (included)

Friday tour – can be purchased as late as the previous Tuesday (included)

Saturday tour – can be purchased as late as the previous Wednesday (included)

  • Rates:

Regular ticket: 25 euros

Reduced ticket: 15 euros

Reduced ticket: 10 euros

Free-of-charge ticket (disabled people with an invalidity index not lower than 67%; caregivers of disabled people; certified teachers accompanying a class of students, tour leaders: 1 every 15 people).

  • Personal data of all participants, including name, surname, place and date of birth, shall be provided obligatorily upon the purchase of the tickets. Access control staff may require visitors to show their ID upon entrance
  • The tour hosts groups of up to 30 people and is in Italian; when purchasing the ticket you can express a preference for an English language tour, which will be confirmed subject to availability.