Museo FerrariCurrently Closed
- Address: Via A. D. Ferrari, 43, 41053 Maranello MO, Italy
- Timings: 09:30 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +39-536949713
- Ticket Price: 15 EUR
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Specialty Museum
Museo Ferrari - Review
This museum is a mecca for Ferrari fans. It's not all drooling at eye candy on wheels, though there is plenty of that, with iconic road and cars from the company's history located everywhere. The permanent exhibition focuses on the history of Formula 1 and the World Championship, where you can understand how a driver thinks during a race. A theatre shows loops of films covering various themes. There is a F1 simulator that is fun. You can get a picture clicked of yourself inside a car for a souvenir, though there's an extra charge for that.. A popular hands on exhibit invites you to participate in a hurried pit stop style tyre change. And you should also check out the themed cafe. Check the attraction website for current and upcoming special exhibits.
Many visitors combine their visit to this museum with the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena, with a combination ticket. Purchasers of the Museum+Track ticket get a special a 15-minute track session at the Autodrome in Modena. There's also a special, limited Factory+Track sightseeing tour, which must be reserved in advance from the Museum.
Museo Ferrari Information
- Guided tours available in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Arabic.
- Check attraction website for shuttle service to M.
Museo Ferrari Ticket Prices
- Tickets are valid for 12 months.
- Combination tickets can be purchased with the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena.
- Students over 10, adults over 65, carers for the disabled and military personnel: € 13.00
- Children 6-18 years: € 5.00
- Guided tour: EUR 150 for groups of 25-30 people + the entry ticket.
- Audio guides: EUR 5
- Picture charges are between EUR 15-25 depending on picture size and car type.
- Disabled and children up to 5 years: Free
Museo Ferrari Hours
- Guided tours last one hour.
How To reach Museo Ferrari by Public Transport
- Bus 815 stop Maranello Ipsia
- Bus 639 and 640 stop Maranello Scuole
- A shuttle bus from Museo Enzo Ferrari departs every 90 minutes from 9:40am; last bus at 2:30pm.
- Check attraction website for train, hotel and airport shuttle services.
- Drive to here.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Museo Ferrari
95% of people who visit Maranello include Museo Ferrari in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
61.94% of people start their Museo Ferrari visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Museo Ferrari
93.85% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museo Ferrari
Museo Ferrari Trips
Museo Ferrari, Maranello Reviews
I really enjoyed my visit to the museum. The cars and engines on display span the whole history of Ferrari. Parking is available nearby, but it's not free. It's easy to get museum tickets online.
One ticked off the car lovers bucket list! Totally gobsmacked and in complete awe of the history and vehicles on display here. Totally disagree with the overpriced comments although I did visit on my own so maybe a family ticket would be pricey. What an incredible museum, I could have taken many hours taking in all of the displays and information but was fairly time limited. A beautiful display of priceless cars
You will enjoy this if you are into cars, doesn't matter what reviews say. Although, I expected more, as Ferrari with it's 70 years history have more then enough to say. If you have to choose one, this one is much more enjoyable than museum in Modena. Best part was F1 hall with all the trophies from winning races. But with racing heritage of Ferrari, I expected to see more. Racing is about emotions and stories, and without context, people are not that amazed about how big those wins were. Also the trophies are magnificent, but I would love to see some kind of tablet with search option, to help me appreciate each and every one of them.
Enjoyable especially if into your cars, but as others have said a bit small/limited for the history of Ferrari and the price a bit steep-especially the gift shop. Some phenomenal cars, a bit of history but some more historical information (and visual displays) would have made it even better.
Great feast for the eyes! So many cars and things to see. A very well built museum, it's easy to walk around all day. The shop is great with varied products and a large kids section. The bus tour to the track and factory was great, the guide was good. It doesn't go on track and I wish I could enter the factories. The simulator works like a regular modern computer simulator, but you sit in the cockpit all belted up with real pedals and steering wheel. It rocks as you drive. You can select auto gears, ABS and traction control.