The Ferrari Museum

Visit the heart of the Ferrari myth
The must-see museum

The Museum dedicated to the myth of the Prancing Horse Brand would have gladdened the heart of founder Enzo Ferrari. The plan for a Museum on Ferrari’s history took shape in the 1980s. Ferrari himself was personally involved in this, yet another demanding project. But he was ageing and his health was giving way.

Enzo Ferrari died in summer 1988, at 90 years of age, when the Galleria Ferrari was still only a plan on paper. However, after an initial hold-up, the Museum gradually took shape. After all, that is what the Drake, as Enzo Ferrari was known, would have wanted. It was opened in 1990 on his birthday, 18 February. Excitement was at fever-pitch. As in all the best stories, the finishing touches were completed at dawn, just a few hours before the opening.

Cars on loan, driver memorabilia, recollections of Enzo Ferrari himself: over the years, the core collection was expanded. And the number of enthusiasts visiting it grew and grew. In 1995 management of the Museum was transferred from the Town of Maranello to the company. The “Galleria” has now changed its name to the Museo Ferrari. Themed rooms, in-depth information about the mythical red cars, the world of racing and Ferrari models that shaped the history of motorsports, videos, F1 simulators and a pit wall.

The Museum is still expanding its floor area and its collection today, reflecting a timeless legend that never stops evolving.

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Museo Ferrari Maranello
Via Dino Ferrari 43, 41053 Maranello (MO) Italy
Tel.: +39 0536 949713
Email: museo@ferrari.com
https://www.ferrari.com/it-IT/museums/ferrari-maranello

IAT Terra di Motori Tourist Information Office
IAT Terra di Motori / Museo Ferrari Maranello
Via Dino Ferrari 43, 41053 Maranello (MO) Italy
Tel.: +39 0536 073036
Email: iat@maranello.it

The Ferrari Museum is open seven days a week, from Monday through Sunday.
The Ferrari Museum only closes on 25 December and 1 January.

Opening times:

April / September 2020: 9.30 – 19.00

From 1 October 2020: 10.00 – 18.00

The Ferrari Museum offers different types of ticket.
For full, up-to-date information visit the official website: https://www.ferrari.com/it-IT/museums/info-biglietti-visite-musei-ferrari

With effect from Friday 6 August and while current measures remain in force, as required by law access to the Ferrari Museum is restricted to holders of a COVID-19 Pass (“Green Pass”, or equivalent certification for visitors from the United States of America, Japan, Canada and Israel).
Staff are authorised to ask to view visitors’ certification, in paper or digital format, on entry, in order to check its validity, together with ID of the certification holder.
Children under 12 years of age may enter without certification.

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To purchase your ticket online and make sure of entry to the Museum, or for full, up-to-date information, visit the official website: https://www.ferrari.com/it-IT/museums/info-biglietti-visite-musei-ferrari

Things to do

Unique collections, simulators and photo opportunities, the official Ferrari shop, the F1 Victory and Trophy Room, a genuine Pit Stop experience, factory tour and much, much more.

Explore the Exhibitions and Collections

Ferrari’s Museum is like its cars: ever-fascinating and evolving all the time. The museum experience therefore contains a permanent exhibition, which culminates in the Trophy Room, and a temporary, thematic exhibition that focuses on one or more facets of a timeless diamond. So it’s always worth coming back to the museum even if you’ve already visited it in the past.

Go to the heart of the Museum

The heart of the Ferrari Museum is the Trophy Room, a location of extraordinary beauty that houses the cups won by the Scuderia Ferrari throughout the Prancing Horse’s racing history. An amphitheatre of Formula 1 cars from the most contemporary to the most historic greets visitors from all over the world, stunning people of every nationality.

The Strada della Storia

In the park next to the Ferrari Museum, a red path awaits you; it is the Strada della Storia, or “History Trail”, a pedestrian walkway which connects the museum to the town centre.
Along it are seven placards, each recounting a decade in the history of the company and the community and town of Maranello, from the birth of the first Ferrari car to the last decade before 2010. There are a wealth of anecdotes, information and historic events about the forging of the incredible bond between Ferrari and its home town, Maranello.

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