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Museo Ferrari, Maranello

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Drive a luxury Ferrari sports car--via simulator--at Museo Ferrari. Close to the Ferrari factory, this museum displays some of Ferrari's most iconic cars, as well as trophies, photographs, and other historic objects related to the motor-racing industry. Learn about the changes and technological advances in racing cars, as well as Ferrari's outlook for the future. Use our Maranello itinerary planner to visit Museo Ferrari on your trip to Maranello, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • We were lucky it was not a lot of visitors! Very atmospheric, mesmerizing! Nice work there! It was Monday, standing ticket 11 €! For guys there time engines submitted separately. not regret, that the rode!
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  • Many cars to look at, and you can go really close and round about. Stylish and modern, but probably not enough content for enthusiast. Are you like me, only moderately interested, so it feels just about right. Though a little expensive price for the ticket (also for children). If you can't afford a Ferrari, Ferrari souvenirs of every sort to buy in the store. Really a lot! We tried not to any of the activities as they did not seemed affordable, so they can't I saga. The second Ferrari Museum is a half-hour drive away, and you can buy discounted kombobiljett to see both. Otherwise, it is just not near anything else, but rather off. When you look at the website, it's easy to believe that you have to pre-book tickets, but it must not. We were there in October, and then it was not at all crowded.
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  • A great way to spend an afternoon - great cars, gorgeous exhibition areas and historical items that will make you go wow!  more »
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  • An interesting self guide tour. Not too expensive at €15. Takes about 60-90m. Worth a visit. Would be great if it could be more interactive
  • Absolutely amazing! I have visited twice now, a year apart. Loved it both times! If you like Ferrari you will love this museum. Kinda goes without saying!
  • Some good displays and mainly focused on the racing side. Quite small compared to something like BMW's. Main disappointment was the lack of their older cars from the 50s and 60s, when they made some of the most beautiful cars ever.
  • Large museum with many cars on display. Film and simulator drive possible. But warning for the lousiest coffee I've experienced in Italy. The highest price I've paid so far. 2€ for a cappuccino. Usual prize in Italy Is 1:10-1:50 for delicious coffee. Ridicolous high price for souvenirs.
  • For some it may feel like its kitsch, but the exhibits are fabulous and well laid out. The whole visit takes less than two hours and there is a remarkable display of rare cars and depictions of Ferrari's history. The location of the museum in the middle of the manufacturing complex adds to the ambience. Its an extra fee, but the simulator is a blast, and a great experience for kids.