The Fratelli Cozzi Museum, one of the most important private collection of classic cars in Italy
Over 50 Alfa Romeo cars, produced starting from the 1950s, up to our days, accompanied by original graphics and unique materials such as trophies designed by important artists such as Gio Pomodoro, Lucio Fontana, Luciano Minguzzi, Agenore Fabbri.
World records, Italian elegance and stories of success are the ideal place to welcome conferences, conventions, presentations, concerts, important and inspirational gala dinners.
The architects Gabriele and Oscar Buratti created the space focusing on every detail in order to ‘undo the packaging so as to highlight the content’, just like a treasure chest. An emotional and ductile scenery, that is perfect for hosting prestigious private and company events. A professional sound system and a 3x6m screen complete the venue, together with the lighting which was especially created in order to give value to the conference area.
The museum is located 25km from Milan and can easily be reached using the A8 Milano-Laghi motorway, exiting in Legnano and continuing in the direction of Legnano along Viale Luigi Cadorna (about 3 minutes from the exit in Legnano). The museum has a large car park (up to 200 places).
Malpensa airport si only 26km far and it’s connected to Legnano by the motorway and by the Malpensa Express train up to Castellanza and then by local buses. The S5 line connects Milan to the railway station in Legnano.