Ferrari enthusiast should not miss the majestic museum dedicated to Ferrari’s founder in Modena
Italy is known as the land of the three F's: Fashion, Food and Ferrari. And if you happen to be a Ferrari enthusiast, you might consider dropping by the stunning Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, dedicated to the brand and its illustrious founder. The museum's elegant curves and lines resemble a 1950's race car hood, making it one of the most unique and futuristic buildings in the country. Yellow was chosen as the color for the museum since it is the original color of the Ferrari brand and of the city of Modena.
The innovative structure embraces a much older building, the house in which Enzo Ferrari was born in 1898. This was done to give the idea that its founder will always be at the heart and soul of the brand, but that Ferrari is always developing and seeking to break new limits in the future.
As you enter the building, you will plunge into a sphere of pictures and images: 19 projectors screen videos of Ferrari's history across an immense, multi-projection display that surrounds and envelops visitors. Ferrari cars, as well as a wide range of engines, are showcased within the new structure.
Ferrari Museum tickets are open date and are valid for 12 months after their date of purchase.
From November 1st to March: daily (bank holidays included) from 9:30am to 6:00pm. From April 1st to October 31st: daily (bank holidays included) from 9:30am to 7:00pm.
Closed on December 25th and January 1st.
Be the first to review this service!
Your review has been successfully submitted for approval.
There was an error saving your review.
The Fine Print: With the Select Italy "Customer Review" service, Select Italy offers customers the possibility of reading comments made by others on services provided as well as offering their own comments on services. The following guidelines apply to all customer reviews: