The world of Heritage
All about the department that champions the historic heritage of Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth.
The history of our cars and our brands
People’s passion for classic and vintage cars has no borders, but there are certain places at a definite point in space, and suspended in time, which conserve the essence of this passion. Places like Heritage.
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Le Mans Classic 2022
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Last News:
September 14, 2022
Heritage Hub is open for guided tours
Our priceless historical heritage is revealed in an exhibition space that is open for guided tours and bookings for private or corporate events.
18 June 2022
Alfa Romeo triumphs at the 1000 Miglia 2022
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Heritage Hub

Welcome to our home.

Heritage HUB is a place devoted to work, services and training, but above all it is all the home of the company’s historic car collection. Our exhibition space welcomes the public to experience an exciting journey through the history of our heritage.


The Heritage Hub is located on the site of the former Workshop 81 on Via Plava in Turin, one of the historic Fiat mechanical manufacturing plants within the Mirafiori complex.

It spans an area of over 15,000 m2 and contains the offices of the Heritage team, a fascinating exhibition that recounts the story of the Mirafiori plant and, above all, the unrivalled company collection of cars produced by the Fiat, Lancia and Abarth brands. The space also hosts a selection of Alfa Romeo, Autobianchi and Jeep cars.

An exciting Engine Area dedicated to classic engines has also been set up, which displays and tells the stories of the most iconic and representative engines of the company's more than one hundred years of production history. Lastly, visitors can admire a selection of the Fiat cars which have been specially fitted for the Carabinieri Corps over the last fifty years.

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INFO ON OPENING HOURS AND ADMISSION

Address

Via Plava 80, 10135 Torino.

Opening days

Visits are scheduled at fixed times on the following days: Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays (at 10:30 am and 3:30 pm).
Tickets can be purchased at least 72 hours before the date of the visit, specifically:
- Wednesday visits: on sale until the previous Sunday (included)   
- Friday visits: on sale until the previous Tuesday (included)           
- Saturday visits: on sale until the previous Wednesday (included) 

Tour

All visits are guided tours conducted in Italian or English and last around 2 hours.
Admission is by advance booking only. Tickets are sold exclusively online at this address.
To organise guided tours for groups of more than 20 people, contact us at heritagehub@stellantis.com.

Tickets and admission

Full-price ticket: 25 euros
Concessionary ticket: 15 euros
- Employees of the Stellantis Group, CNHi and IVECO;
- Members of CEDAS, UGAF, GDF, Registro Fiat Italiano, Registro Italiano Alfa Romeo, Lancia Club, Registro Abarth, ACI Storico, staff of the Carabinieri Corps;
- Visitors to the Alfa Romeo History Museum (within two weeks of their visit);
- Visitors to MAUTO (within two weeks of their visit).
- Students up to 25 years old.
Concessionary ticket: 10 euros
- Visitors aged 6 to 18 with chaperone.
Free ticket:
- Disabled visitors (with a percentage of invalidity equal to/greater than 67%);
- carers accompanying disabled visitors;
- accredited teachers accompanying a class of students, group chaperones (1 per 15 people).

NOTE:
A €1 service charge will be applied to the above prices by the ticketing agency.
Please note that the guided tour is always included and that entry is not permitted for children under the age of 6 years or animals.
NOTES REGARDING ENTRY:
At the time of purchase, the basic details of all participants must be supplied, including first name, surname, date of birth and email address.
At the entrance, the staff responsible for controlling access may ask visitors to show an ID document.

Educational visits

For schools/educational class visits, the ticket cost is 6 euros per participant.

How to get there

Access via Gate 31 of the Mirafiori district, located at Via Plava 80 (Turin).
BY CAR
The nearest motorway exit is "Torino C.so Orbassano" on the A55 motorway.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
The nearest bus stop is 1904 Plava C.31, which is served by lines 63/ (63 with a forward slash), 34,
71 and 97. (Line 63/ is currently diverted).
From Porta Nuova Metro Station:
Take the M1 to the ITALIA 61 stop and then the number 34 bus to the 1904 stop.
Take line 4 to the PARK CAIO MARIO stop and then line 63/ to the 1904 stop.
From the city centre:
Take line 4 to the PARK CAIO MARIO stop and then line 63/ to the 1904 stop.
From MAUTO:
Take line 34 from VENTIMIGLIA CAP to the 1904 stop.
BY PLANE
Heritage Hub is 29 km from Turin-Caselle International Airport.

Accessibility

The space has no architectural barriers.