Fiat Historic Centre

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  • Address: Via Gabriele Chiabrera, 20, 10126 Torino TO, Italy
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +39-0110066240
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids

Fiat Historic Centre is a museum that houses different models of FIAT cars. If you are a great fan of cars or the FIAT models, this place will be perfect for you to visit. The museum houses a variety of models of cars that are quite old. You will get to learn many interesting facts about FIAT and their cars on your visit. It would be a wonderful and quite a unique experience for you. You can visit Fiat Historic Centre if you are nearby.

How to Reach Fiat Historic Centre

  • Bus 42 to stop - Fermata 3302 – MARENCO bus station

  • Fiat Historic Centre Address: Via Gabriele Chiabrera, 20, 10126 Torino TO, Italy
  • Fiat Historic Centre Contact Number: +39-0110066240
  • Fiat Historic Centre Timing: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm
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  • Completely free to enter. Parking available on street outside. Good accessibility & lift provided for first floor access. Lots of history about Fiat and the variety of businesses it has been involved in over the years. There's even a full size jet plane in the upper section of the museum. My children & I had a great couple of hours here. Doesn't need to take all day, can view/read/learn about most of it in 2 hours. Recommend for auto enthusiasts. There are some very early pre-war vehicles on display too.

  • Hidden gem, wonderful free museum for a quick 1-2 hour visit. The exposition follows Fiat's history even beyond the most iconic cars into aviation and other sectors. Absolutely recommended.

  • Nice and small museum with collection of cars (and some planes). Worth to see! They are doing a good job! An additional advantage is the free entry :)

  • Great collection of cars. Must visit for enthusiastic people. The old man who is a guide explains everything with lot of enthusiasm, only thing is he speaks only Italian. There is free entry.

  • It's free! Very interesting displays of the early history of this important brand.

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