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. Add Museo Ferrari and other attractions to your Maranello trip itinerary using our Maranello online trip itinerary planner .
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  • Spent the evening here as a dinner event for a technical conference we were attending. The museum is very impressive showing the historical progression of the Ferrari brand from the beginning to today...  more »
  • After visiting the Museum Ferrari Modena drove 22 miles to the Museum in Maranello. Have parked on the free parking space (1:00) for 500 meters from the Museum. Along the way are found in souvenir shops, which sold lots of all kinds of stuff with the symbol of the Ferrari from baseball caps and t-shirts to expensive exclusive miniature copies of models. Museum in Maranello and much more on the area and number of represented cars than in Modena. Here I want to take pictures of everything and take pictures. There is a Sports Hall of Fame, where the formula 1 race cars and awards. Drove formula 1 Simulator. Really liked it. Strong sense of reality, when braking heavily belts attract Chair, sound, vibration, a sense of movement and speed very believable. After 20 minutes of riding on the Simulator, several times reaching speeds greater than 300 km per hour, and some times very believable flying off the track, barely got out of the car strongly vspotevshij. In general everything cool! The cool thing is of course the real test drive at 680 strong Ferrari 488GTB, who made after visiting the Museum in a Push start, located next to the Museum (about this review about the Push start). By the way: Auto free parking was about 3:00 instead of hours, like everything is OK.
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  • Very nice all the Museum ... but with the neverending story of the brand could be improved a great deal ... ... beautiful sports cars both historical and ... ... missing some more images with various samples. .. and I hate to say it but no acknowledgement to Gilles Villeneuve for the life you gave this brand ... ...
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  • So if your car guy, this would be one of the Mecca’s of the world. This place is really big! Lots of tourist buses and lots of visitors but that’s ok. Not to tight of spaces, it really can accommodate lots of Ferrari fans at the same time. Go on a tour to get here so the tour guides can show you the local scene and maybe a local restaurant. This place has a little cafe that doesn’t understand much English which was strange as most of the tourist spots to speak good English.
  • Very nice worthy ticket.. €16 reasonable price for the museum. Pretty pleasant staff..incredible area with good food and amenities.. totally worth it..! Tip: You can get many souvenirs from all the stores around the museum in more affordable prices.
  • It's Ferrari. If that does not wet your appetite you are either a corpse or like Porsche. As car museums go this is very good. You can also book on the factory "tour" which is get on a bus and be driven through the roads within the factory (no photos or stopping). Then make sure you take a test drive in a Ferrari from one of the test drive places around the factory.
  • The museum is just OK. Nothing impressive... anyhow, I found it overrated. BTW, Do not do the factory tour!!! It is a waste of time and money. You just see the buildings from outside. The wind tunnel and the track (the only things nice about it) have a better view from outside the factory. Maranello is an small place you easily can see it by foot or by car. Trully disappointed.
  • The museum isn't huge but big enough to show the history of Ferrari and how it came to be a well know brand. I enjoy the red room which is like a boyhood poster dream which isn't there all the time. You get to see some of the great formula 1 racers and no end of trophies, little bit disappointed with the formula 1 sound room it doesn't give you the feel or sound of the cars. Good to spend a few hours but struggle to spend a whole day but that's a good thing in my eyes. Lovely collection of cars worth seeing if your a Ferrari fan and definitely see both museums in one day. Very well priced too
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