Rather than exhume a thread from 2014 about the museum opening, I thought I'd put this here... About a month ago, I visited the "Museo Storico Alfa Romeo" (Alfa Romeo historical collection) in Arese, near Milan. Here's a selection of pictures I took at the exhibition: Museo Storico Alfa Romeo, Arese (at https://1drv.ms/a/s!ArwLP9qntcZ7j4U-JnXUH6rb1fYB3Q ) The collection is arranged chronologically for production cars (1910--2010), then there's rooms for motorsport, prototypes and custom coach-building, plus the usual video projections and multimedia displays. There's also a collection of aircraft engines in the entry hall, which are interesting in themselves. (The complete museum collection also includes post-war Alfa Romeo-branded household goods, and commercial vehicles and buses, but this permanent exhibition only shows the cars) ... I'll admit I gave up about 80% of the way through, and decided to buy the book instead, so you don't see as many photos of some of the later models, or the later racing cars, but if you're in any way interested in the early years of motor sport, or Italian coachbuilding, or Alfa Romeo (!), or just cars in general, the museum is well worth a visit. ... But go there by car, if you can. Arese is quite far from Milan, and the Museum itself is on the outskirts of the town of Arese, so public transport options aren't great. Nonetheless, there were about thirty people walking through at the same time we were which is not bad for a Monday morning at the tail end of the holiday season. Quite cleverly, when you exit the museum, you do so just outside the café and an Alfa Romeo dealership... (there's a Jeep dealership on site too, as this is FCA Europe's preferred brand pairing). Enjoy..