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Visiting the Ferrari Museum

For lovers of the "red horse" car, this is the ride of your dreams! Today we are going to talk about the Ferrari Museum and also how to take a ride with this incredible machine!

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Visiting the Ferrari Museum

If it is true that, at least once in a lifetime, everyone has dreamed of being behind the wheel of an extravagant red Ferrari, then it is crucial to visit the city of Maranello, because it represents the temple of the Ferrari myth. So, shall we visit the Ferrari Museum and take a test drive with Ferrari? Don’t miss this post with all the tips and information for you to put on your Italy Travel Guide! Here at Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patriciayou make the trip of your dreams!!! ALSO: see our “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”


The company is a structural part of the urban mesh of Maranello. Walking through the streets of the city center, you can see the Ferrari Factory, the mastodontic complex dedicated to Formula 1 and the, no less fascinating, Ferrari Museum. There is a red thread that joins these places and is physically visible on the sidewalks of the city of Maranello, which guides visitors through the places of the brand’s symbols. Also read Where to stay in Bologna?

It is useless to say that Maranello is literally invaded, in all seasons and in the most diverse times by many car enthusiasts who are curious and enthusiastic, and it is not uncommon to hear the roar of a Ferrari and see it parading on the road. At this point, you cannot miss this Italian excellence, you cannot miss a day, or a whole weekend, in Maranello, the Land of the Red, to discover the Ferrari Museum and experience unique emotions.

A little more about Maranello

Maranello’s name represents the myth of the “Prancing Horse” in the world, but it is also synonymous with good Emilian cuisine, typical products and hospitality. Maranello and Ferrari represent an indissoluble combination that has characterized the history and face of the city since 1943. Here, in the historic factories of Via Giardini, Enzo Ferrari built all his cars, both commercial and competition. Every corner of this city tells this story. See the Museum website here!

1) Visiting the Ferrari Museum in Maranello? GET TO KNOW A LITTLE ABOUT THE MUSEUM

The Ferrari Museum, the true guardian of the myth and official exhibition of the Company, is aimed at the enthusiast and dedicated entirely to the “prancing horse” car. Every year, Maranello receives over 200 thousand visitors from all over the world, enthusiasts of the engine, of the red Ferrari, passionate about the unique style, Italian design, Formula 1 or simply curious people who want to see in person this undisputed style in the world.

Every excuse is good to look at the symbol known, loved and appreciated all over the planet. A few steps from the historic Ferrari factory, there is the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, where thousands of enthusiasts from around the world have the opportunity to admire the official exhibition of the company. A dynamic show that is constantly renewed and collects, in addition to the cars, images and trophies that wrote Ferrari’s history and made it famous around the world. The Museum is divided into several thematic areas, such as Formula 1, Sport and Sport-Prototype cars, in addition to the Gran Turismo world.

2) Visiting the Ferrari Museum in Maranello? VISIT THE HALL OF VICTORIES

Among the most recent innovations is the new and fascinating Hall of Victories, which celebrates the success of the team through a review of the World Champion from 1999 to 2008, together with more than 110 trophies, heritage of the museum, and original helmets of the nine pilots World Champions in the History of Scuderia.

3) Visiting the Ferrari Museum in Maranello? VISIT THE MUSEUM ATTRACTIONS

The exhibition space is enriched by various services, including a large store with official Ferrari merchandising, a bookstore and cafeteria. Visitors will also enjoy driving simulators to experience the Ferrari experience. The museum not only collects cars, but also displays prizes, photographs and other historical objects related to the history of Italian automobilism.

The exhibition also features technological innovations, many of which are in the transition between racing cars and road models. For visitors, there are also many other attractions, such as a cinema room with continuous projection of thematic films, semi-professional Formula 1 simulators for adults, and genuine Formula 1 dedicated to children and teenagers, you also have the opportunity to feel at home. You also have the opportunity to feel yourself in the team’s box in a tire change simulation, the big screens to watch the Grand Prix. The Maranello Museum tells the story of Ferrari from yesterday, today and tomorrow. If there is a museum that every fan of the four-wheel Made in Italy should see once in a lifetime, it is certainly the Ferrari Museum.

4) Visiting the Ferrari Museum in Maranello? TEST DRIVE!

Are you going to Italy? So, I’m going to give you some great news: it is possible to take a test drive in one of these iconic cars! Even those who are not a fan of cars melt when they find themselves in front of such a machine and cannot resist the temptation to get in the car, turn the key and accelerate! Amazingly, this experience is very accessible and you will remember it for the rest of your life! Awesome, right?!

Take an Unforgettable Tour …

Discover the myth of Ferrari on an incredible tour that will take you to visit the Ferrari Museum in Maranello. You will also have a guided tour of the Factory Museum, in Fiorano, and the Enzo Ferrari Museum, in Modena, in addition to enjoying an excellent lunch. Click here to learn more!

How to get to Maranello?

Maranello is a city in Emilia-Romagna, in northern Italy, better known as the home of Ferrari; getting there is not difficult.

1) How to get to Maranello? BY AIRPLANE

The nearest airport is Bologna, but Milan Linate Airport is also convenient for those coming from abroad. From the airport, in both cities, you arrive at the train station and continue by train to Modena. There is also a shuttle service that links Bologna’s Marconi airport with the Modena post-office station.

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2) How to get to Maranello? BY TRAIN

For those traveling by train, the Modena station is on the most important line in Italy, which connects North to South, and many intercity trains stop in Modena. Every hour they also leave Bologna (for those who do not stop in Modena). The Modena train station is connected by bus to the Maranello Corridor Station; these routes take 25 to 40 minutes depending on the line and stops.

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3) How to get to Maranello? BY CAR

Maranello is easy to reach because it is close to major communication routes (Via Emilia, A1 and A22). For those arriving by car, Maranello is 20 minutes from the exit of Modena Sul and Modena Norte, on the highway. Read also TRAVELING BY CAR IN ITALY: EXAMPLES OF TOURS

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