Pagani Factory Tours
Pagani Factory Tours
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Susan b
Saint Cloud, MN42 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Couples
We did the museum and factory tour. It was amazing. The staff was polite, Julia was our guide and she did a great job. The museum and the factory are amazing. The cars are works of art and are gorgeous. Absolutely no complaints. Also, their products are less expensive than the overpriced Lamborghini and Ferrari goods. Absolutely would recommend to anyone who is a car enthusiast!!
Written February 19, 2020
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vingar123
Mouans-Sartoux, France88 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020
Don't bother using the 'tour' operators and go directly to the Pagani website and book your museum/factory tour from there. Having had a disappointing 'factory' tour from Ferrari, this one was the real deal, from start to finish you can see the car sin the making, being maintained, etc.
With just two (main) models, one may perceive this as less interesting but the trick here is...it all oils down to details and Pagani is another level from Ferrari
Written July 31, 2020
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globedecker
Summit, NJ371 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
My 11 year old son is a supercar fanatic, so when the opportunity arose to visit Pagani, we HAD to do it. I booked the tour though the Pagani website a few months in advance. Kids 12 and under are free.

The tour had about 20 persons in it and began with distribution of wireless receivers and headphones so you could clearly hear the guide's narration even if you weren't next to him. We then viewed a short film about Horacio Pagani. The guy truly is a "self-made man." Starting from extremely humble beginnings, he is self taught and driven. Really a stunning example of what a focused individual can accomplish.

The tour continued in the museum where our guide went though some of Pagani's history, early evolution, and later accomplishments. Of course seeing the factory floor was the highlight of the tour. Our guide walked us though the steps of the production process, and we could easily see most parts of the factory from the carbon fiber cutting room, to molding setups, the autoclaves, and various stages of assembly. It truly demonstrated the art and craftsmanship that goes into the production process. I now understand why these cars cost millions of dollars!

The entire tour took a little more than a hour. Both me and my son loved every minute of it. The guide was perfect, he took our questions and provided detailed answers. Overall a wonderful experience.

One side note, the gift shop at Pagani is great. Unlike Ferrari or Lamborghini where most items are absurdly priced, Pagani has tee-shirts, models, and other branded merchandise that are actually affordable.

Lastly, be sure to check out the carbon fiber sinks in the washroom!
Written August 11, 2022
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chmido
Richmond, VA215 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Family
I’m not sure how this can even be called a factory tour. You watch a mind-numbingly boring video for 15 minutes and then are guided around the museum which includes about six cars. Then you enter the “factory” which consists of many employees standing around parts which have all been fabricated elsewhere and are assembled there, but you really didn’t see any assembly. Just groups of men chatting. So not worth the 55€. Go to Lamborghini…that is a true factory tour!
Written March 13, 2023
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Richard H
Sierra Vista, AZ59 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Solo
Read the last few bad reviews so wasn’t expecting much. But my tour/guide was GREAT. There was no video. The intern doing the tour was very knowledgeable and answered all the questions. The headsets weren’t in the best shape but everyone’s worked just fine. The people complaining about the factory part have to understand that it’s not a regular factory. There’s no assembly lines here. These guys only put out 40-50 cars per year. And not just cars, million dollar cars. They have bays or stations where these cars get put together by hand and probably only work on 4-6 at any given time. The factory tour took about 40 minutes then another 15 or so were spent in the museum, explaining why the 6 or 7 cars they have there, are there. Over 9 out of 10. Great experience.
Written November 24, 2023
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Georgios M
Greece3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Friends
Visiting Pagani's factory felt more like visiting a gallery than visiting an automotive museum and factory.
The museum is small but complete in my opinion because Pagani produces only limited and handmade cars . The cars as well as many other objects regarding Pagani's history are being presented in chronological order and every single one of them has a great story behind it. The guide was very friendly and gave us clear information about everything in the museum.
However, the main dish is definitely the factory tour. One of the best factories I have ever seen. I admired it because it is obvious that Pagani cares about their employees as there is a lot of open space and sunlight coming in the factory. Working in such a beautiful environment it is no question that they produce masterpieces. No robots at all. Every car is assembled by hand in its own space. It was just beautiful.
You have to book in advance for the factory tour!
Written May 3, 2018
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XMRI
De Panne, Belgium108 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Family
Came across this when I was planning my trip to visit Ferrari & Lamborghini.
Couldn't believe when I saw factory tour was 35€ for adult and free for kids under 12. You must reserve min 3 days upfront and indicate which dates you want to visit. Unfortunately the reservation confirmation request mail ended up in my junk mail! Luckily I detected this the evening before the planned visit. I called the reservation company in the morning which helped me and confirmed that I still could attend the afternoon session. What a service !
You immediately see how exceptional this visit is. You must ring a bell before you may enter the brand new building.
Before the factory tour you can visit the "mini" museum showing 1 Lamborghini & 8 Pagani's. This really feels unreal, each of the cars displayed is worth way more than 1 million ( one of the cars displayed was worth 7 million) and you are standing only a feet away. These cars are really one of the most beautiful ones of the world.
The factory tour began with some history H. Pagani. This was really great to hear as it gave some good introduction into the philosophy of the brand. Entering the factory was a big surprise, it looked like an Italian Piazza, really clean, surrounded by a dozen of Pagani's. Some already totally assembled, some were in the process of being assembled. The tour in the factory was around 30 minutes. The factory was surprisingly small but they build all cars manually and only 20 a year. They want to expand this to 40 cars a year.
I found this experience unreal as when you walked around everything felt really natural and normal, surrounded by all these cars which are worth way more than 1 million each.
Clearly for me that Pagani doesn't need to allow people to do this to earn money. Instead i believe its a beautiful gift of Mr. Pagani given people the opportunity to have a glance in his mind and world. This is a one in a life time experience which I was glad to be part off.
Written September 6, 2017
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firstclass-TRIP
Bedford418 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
We wanted to do something a little different and without so many tourists. We booked ahead and it was a very easy process. The only place you can take pictures is at the museum. You cannot take pictures in the factory. Mr. Pagani was walking around and we got to see many cars. There is a two year wait to purchase a car that is fully customizeable and runs about 1 million dollars. If you are a car afienciando, thuis is a must do. We are not car lovers and still found this interested.
Written November 16, 2019
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Louise W
London, UK105 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
Our guide, Anna, was hugely welcoming and extremely knowledgable about Horacio Pagani’s life, the history of Pagani motorcars, the craftsmanship and making of the cars, and about the cars themselves. We took a tour in English which she delivered flawlessly.

The cars are beautiful, and the factory itself is spectacular! More of an artisanal studio than ‘factory’! It’s a beautifully designed space where you’ll watch the team craft cars!

Huge kudos to Pagani for welcoming visitors into his world, a real ‘fly on the wall’ experience which will leave you feeling very privileged to have had an insider’s personal tour.

A must see!
Written May 15, 2018
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axb8152
Kingston upon Thames, UK55 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Family
Pagani currently only make 50 cars a year! The factory is something to behold, with an atmosphere more akin to a Sunday afternoon stroll in an Italian Piazza than a car production line...and that is because Pagani pay more attention to the production of their carbon fibre car parts than many a fine artist would spend on the production of their next masterpiece. For Pagani the end result is a piece of art, not merely a car.

The pictures linked to this review are - in the main - of their "old" factory. The new factory is a modern architectural presence in an otherwise faceless industrial estate (oh that and the fact that the tranquillity of the industrial estate is occasionally upset by a passing Pagani supercar being tested out on the public roads!

I wonder how many of the visitors to the Factory Tour would actually buy a Pagani...and therein lies my issue with the tour! Cost around 35 Euros for adult entry, for a very short tour of a very small factory (and you don't even get some cast-off carbon fibre body parts!). 140 Euros for a family of four...mind you, I suppose that wouldn't even buy a single tyre for the latest Pagani creation!

Still, with a "petrol head" son we dragged the female half of our family along to what amazed me as a working environment...so clean...so quiet...far removed from the Dark Satanic Mills of my Norhtern heritage..."Proper" factories!

The "museum" basically has lots of Zonda's (and strangely a Lamborghini Countache!), which stretches the definition of "museum really, since they have only been producing cars since 1999...

It would have been 5 stars but the for price and the shortness of the factory part of the tour (we arrived nearly half an hour late, and they were only then going into the factory...for less than 30 minutes!). It could do with being more "hands-on", and you should get - at least - a memento of the day such as a cast-off body part (I don't think carbon fibre can be melted down and reused?). Also, no café onsite...they could make even more of a killing if they offered cake and coffees for sale after you had Zonda Overload in the museum!

Oh...and one other word of warning...Google Maps doesn't know about the location of the new Showroom/Factory, and directs you to the old factory...from where there is a badly drawn map of where to find the Shoroom/Factory...that's why we were 30 minutes late! "Autista di auto attenzione" as they say in Italy!
Written July 27, 2017
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