Delve into the past, present and future of the celebrated carmaker and take a closer look at some of the most glamorous vehicles ever made.
The Museo Ferrari Maranello is the illustrious home of the flashiest cars in the world. Learn the ins and outs of Formula 1 and the World Championship through the eyes of this Italian car giant. Its permanent exhibition features stunning cars and a simulator designed so you can “live the dream”.
Take a guided tour in English, which should last around 60 minutes, around the museum. There are also audio guides available if you prefer to peruse the exhibits at your own pace. Get a closer look at racecars that you usually only see on television. Capture photos of the stunning models and share them with friends online.
Take a look around the Pit Stop Wall to find out about everything from mechanical details to driver behavior and championship history. Explore the five rooms that feature intriguing treasures, such as a Formula 1 simulator and an easier version for young kids. Take on a real-life tire change challenge, watch former racing highlights and see Grand Prix action.
Learn about Ferrari’s growth in popularity in the U.S. and the rest of the world. See how the car manufacturer made an impact on Hollywood movies.
There is a cafeteria where you can take a relaxing break before getting your fill of motoring fun. Head to the Ferrari gift shop to purchase souvenirs to show pals and family back home.
Take a shuttle bus straight from the museum to its partner, the Museo Enzo Ferrari, in nearby Modena. The 15-mile (24-kilometer) journey north will take roughly 25 minutes. Here, you will learn about the life story of the racing driver and businessman who founded the Ferrari team.
The site is open for visits daily from morning to late afternoon apart from on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve, when it is closed. Purchase tickets online to receive discounts for students and children.
The Museo Ferrari Maranello is situated next to the Fiorano Circuit in the center of the city. Take a taxi to the attraction or use one of the many bus stops with regular services scattered around the area.