Maranello – Ferrari Museum

This is a proposal that is almost two hours drive from Agriturismo I Pitti. For some guests, perhaps those coming from a distant country and passionate about Formula 1, it may be worthwhile to undertake in a one day trip.

The Ferrari Museum in Maranello welcomes over 200,000 fans from all over the world every year. Structured into theme areas, the exposition meets the expectations of racing cars fans and great experts of past models. With a surface of 2500 square meters, the museum displays vintage cars and highly significant original items, the latest models of the Ferrari production, and temporary theme exhibits. Several other services are also available, including, a comfortable coffee shop, a large shop selling official Ferrari merchandise and well-stocked bookstore.

Opening Times

October 1 – April 30: everyday (including holidays) from 9.30 a.m. until 6.00 p.m.

May 1 – September 30: everyday (including holidays) from 9.30 a.m. until 7.00 p.m.

Closing days: December 25, January 1.

Tickets
Full-price ticket: € 13.00

Reduced ticket for 6-10-year-old children, people accompanying disabled persons, soldiers: € 9.00

Reduced ticket for students, the elderly (aged over 65) and organizations under special agreements: € 11.00

Free admission for children up to 5 years and disabled persons

Special family ticket: € 9 per person (parents with paying children)
Audio guide rental (Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Chinese): € 5.00

How to reach the museum

Galleria Ferrari is in via Dino Ferrari 43 in Maranello, close to the Ferrari factory and the Pista di Fiorano, the test track of the Scuderia Ferrari

By car
From the Milano-Napoli A1 autostrada, heading for Bologna, take the Modena Nord exit, and follows signs for Abetone-Sassuolo on the Tangenziale.

Follow signs for Maranello-Formigine. Turn left and take the main road (the Giardini) for 3 km.

Further info: www.ferrari.com

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