Alfa Romeo - Sustaining Beauty at the Science Museum

Tom Deveson & Geraldine Brennan

The car that has broken countless world records comes to South Kensington for the exhibition Alfa Romeo - Sustaining Beauty at the Science Museum. Ninety years of design are on show, with examples of blueprints and advertisements illustrating the interconnections of technology, safety, performance and style. The cars - estimated to be worth pound;50 million - include the Gran Premio that took Juan-Manuel Fangio to his 1951 World Championship. The exhibition opened at the Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2DD on December 1, also the day the museum became free to visitors. Education bookings: 020 7942 4777; fax: 020 7942 4779; email: edbookings@nmsi.ac.uk

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