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Without any Outsider chi chi. Normal Building but a very interesting Museum of the FIAT Story. Open... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
X19DOC
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Stuttgart, Germany
As a huge Fiat fan it was like a religous experience for me

I thought it was awesome. The staff were very nice and helpful, very willing to show you how things... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
winchesterfamily2016
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Winchester, Virginia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Without any Outsider chi chi. Normal Building but a very interesting Museum of the FIAT Story. Open only at Sunday. Take Time with you, it is worth.

Thank X19DOC
Reviewed 9 July 2018

I thought it was awesome. The staff were very nice and helpful, very willing to show you how things worked and let you get up close and personal with the displays. They have Fiat tractors, bikes, appliances, cars, racecars, trains, boats and planes so it...More

Thank winchesterfamily2016
Reviewed 25 June 2018

wonderful place, the best museum I ever visited. Staff lovely, everything fantastic. I have loved and owned Fiats all my life so being here meant so much to me. The posters are works of art in themselves. I will return again.

Thank Joe K
Reviewed 30 July 2017

To some it may evoke parochial grandeur: no remarkable achievements or grandeur, to others intimate moments of a long lost path. To us it was something different. FIAT was a developer and producer of engines for aircraft (Aviazione) and Marine engines. In a relatively small...More

2  Thank Bardangas
Reviewed 4 April 2017

We could not go to Turin without visiting the beautiful Fiat museum, which brought back nostalgic memories. My partner was like a child in an ice cream shop and I was really delighted to look at him. We were amazed as it houses the fully...More

1  Thank romcam73
Reviewed 5 March 2017

This museum is only open on Sundays so needs a little planning. It is about 25 minutes walk from Stazione Di Porta Nuova and has a fascinating look at the history of Fiat. Set in the original factory from the early 1900's it includes displays,...More

Thank Maestro3093
Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

In an old restructure factory, in a not touristic quartier, you can find this little gem. All the models exhibited are restored by FIAT and the majority are historical cars from the first half of the 20s century. Rare perl the DEVIL MACHINE that established...More

Thank Gianmarco T
Reviewed 8 February 2017

This museum is free on a Sunday and had a lovely range of fiat cars to look at. We didn't bother going to the big, car museum in Turin, seeing this seemed enough.

Thank happytraveller65_12
Reviewed 5 November 2016

It was a Sunday and we were walking around Valentino Parc and decided to look for a cafe. We were walking down Via Chiabrera admiring the beautiful "Verde" apartments when we happened to look into an open door in this large corner building. There were...More

Thank Flynfnp
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Totally dedicated to fiats. Lots of old stuff. Old archive films, lots of advertising posters and prints - only open on a Sunday short walk from Dante metro station . Proprietor speaks little English but love of anything fiat shines through regardless !

Thank Frankie J
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