Lamborghini Museum, Sant'Agata Bolognese

Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. is unrivalled worldwide as a manufacturer of pure and visionary super sports cars.

Lamborghini cars are incomparable through their blend of:

• fascinating design,

• supreme driving dynamics,

• technological capability,

• sophisticated workmanship and

• highest level of quality.

A sports car from Lamborghini is exclusive, sensual, provocative and always unmistakably Italian. Its DNA is characterized by its origin, Sant’Agata Bolognese, in the midst of “motor valley”: no other region in the world is as intensely formed by the passion for the fine sound of high-performance engines as the region of Emilia Romagna in the north of Italy. Hardly anywhere else have so many car legends been created in the past few decades.

Lamborghini is more than just a manufacturer of incomparable super sports cars, Lamborghini has been a legend in the world of luxury for a long time. Ever since Ferruccio Lamborghini presented the first car with his name in the form of the 350 GTV in 1963, sports cars from Sant’Agata Bolognese have been part of the lifestyle of car connoisseurs all over the world. The Miura, Countach and Diablo are just three examples from the rich history of this brand. They are among the most desirable sports cars in motorcar history – as is every Lamborghini.
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  • I visited this museum after that Ferruccio Lamborghini and seems the natural continuation of the same story. If the other is dedicated to the origins, this is current, modern ... Has the passion of others but innovation, technique ... Exposed drive spectacular, who took part in numerous films. There are some of the most beautiful cars in the world, including the Veneno is a unique work of art. There are really extreme car that leave you breathless. Recommend you see both museums dedidicati at Lamborghini: are totally different but complementary.
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  • Unlike the Ferrari Museum, represented almost all models. Cons-lack of souvenir stalls. Ticket price: 15 euros
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  • Together with a good friend, I visited the Museum. We had ordered both factory visits and visits to the Museum. Already outside the Museum you get a sus in the stomach when you see the first Lamborghini, and the heart beats extra Gallop when we get in doors. After having put mobiles and camera, we were led into the factory, and the first thing we saw was a green Lamborghini which was started for the first time and drove away from the production line. Large. It was exciting to walk along the line and see the cars turn into step by step. All steps oozes far away of luxury, which it also is. All materials are carefully selected and it ends, of course, also with a fantastic result. The Museum was also super exciting and it was a pleasure to go and dream of winning millions in tips, so you could buy one of the beautiful models. Take, for heaven's sake in and get experience if you're nearby, though it is not completely free.
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  • Extremely professional and courteous staff. Everyone I met spoke English and was very pleasant. The museum was great consisting of about 30 cars and I highly recommend the factory tour, but be advised that no photography is allowed on the factory floor tour.
  • I took my 11 and 3 here and they both seemed to enjoy themselves. The museum was really small, and you can walk through the entire place in about 5 minutes, although you can spend much time reading and looking at everything. I was hoping for a little more variety in cars or just more in general. But it was cool to be here and see everything.
  • You don’t have to be interested in cars to enjoy walking through Museo Lamborghini. It is however a small museum where you would spend maximum 2 hours if you were to read all the signs. Although I didn’t have time to visit the factory did I only hear good things about it!
  • What an amazing experience. We visited the museum as part of the Motorstar tour. Our host was great and the factory tour blew our minds. The kids received logos on leather as a very special keepsake and remember this as their favorite stop in Italy!
  • Awesome museum. The different selections of Lamborghini is amazing and the staff are very knowledgeable. If you can get a tour of the factory I would highly recommend it.
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