The Mira Lanza factory opened in the early 1920s as one of the symbols of the flourishing and thriving post-war period for the city of Rome-
After a few decades Roman industry declined and the factory closed in 1955.
After being occupied for many years, today the former Mira Lanza is an open-air museum, where the collapsed space still shows the marks of its occupants, mixed with signs of the old glory of the factory in a gallery of beauty and garbage, joy and despair, wealth and poverty: all faces of the reality we live in, represented by street artists who have tried to requalify the place as a gallery through their art.
- Tour date: Saturday, November 12, 2:30 PM
- Meeting Point: Via Amedeo Avogadro, 85 – Rome (bus n. 170 or n. 766)
- Entrance fee: €5 per person
To join the tour, please register here before Friday, November 11 at 1:00 PM.
We recommend participants come to the tour with comfortable footwear.
The tour works on a first come, first served basis for a limited number of spots available. We therefore ask you to register only if actually participating.