Situated less than 50 minutes from Bologna, the Enzo Ferrari Museum is one of motorsport’s proudest exhibitions showcasing a breathtaking array of vehicle created by the legendary supercar manufacturer. Spread between a space-age pillarless hall and a painstakingly-restored workshop once used by Enzo Ferrari’s father, the museum offers fans the chance to get up close and personal with motorsport history. There’s even a stylish cafe for a moment’s refreshment between exhibitions.
Not had your fill of vehicular excellence? Then head to Ferrari’s Maranello museum, where Formula One takes centre stage, and even the car park is a Ferrari-themed experience.
Opening hours: Open year round (except for Christmas Day and January 1st, from 9.30am – 6pm and until 7pm during the summer months between April – October.
Prices: €15 for individual adult ticket/ €13 for students, visitors aged 65 and over and carers/ €5 for children aged 6-18 when accompanied by parents and free for disabled visitors and guests aged five and under.
Combined tickets can also be purchased, allowing access to both museums – €26 for adults/ €22 for students, visitors aged 65 and over and carers/ €10 for children aged 6-18 when accompanied by parents and free for disabled visitors and guests aged five and under.
Advance booking is recommended.
*Prices and opening hours may be subject to change.
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