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Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari, Modena

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See an exhibition of vintage cars and learn about the life of Enzo Ferrari, designer of the eponymous race and sports cars, at Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari. You can visit two buildings: the futuristic, yellow-roofed glass gallery housing traveling car exhibitions, and the restored house where Ferrari was born in 1898. You'll see the first racecar Ferrari built, plus many of the later models, such as the F1, Renault, and McLare. The museum is ten minutes from the train station. Use our Modena vacation generator to arrange your visit to Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari and other attractions in Modena.
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  • For those wishing to discover the myth Enzo Ferrari this is the starting point. Dynamic Museum, refreshes the cars several times a year. We advised!
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  • interesting engine section, there is the legendary F1 85 with which Michele Alboreto came one step closer to world
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  • If you like cars do not go beyond what is pure history of Italian civilization which seems to me to extinction. These companies like Ferrari, Fiat, Masseratti is what's best for you understand the nice side of Italy. Don't miss.
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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.