Museo Ferrari
Museo Ferrari
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  • spudwebb2018
    Ham, Belgium29 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    nice museum for Ferrari fans
    Very nice museum, very complete and many cars can be seen. also the rich history of Ferrari is displayed. easy to reach and there is enough parking ticket prices are ok and the staff is helpful
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written July 28, 2023
  • Ricardo M
    15 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great Ferrari experience
    Great place to visit if you love cars, ti see every Ferrari in one place is truly amazing. I would have loved to tour the factory and track all booked, I have a reason to come back. The history of this amazing car company can be felt the moment you start driving around Moranello
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 4, 2023
  • Anne U
    71 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Ferrari museum for racing fans
    This museum is mainly devoted to Ferrari's racing (specifically Formula 1) history. Interesting explanation of why they built their training track (which I believe you can do a test drive on) and a full display of the latest Formula 1 winning cars which are mainly Schumacher's. Worth a visit, but parking is challenging.
    Visited July 2023
    Written August 8, 2023
  • Attenzione Attrazione
    Florence, Italy160 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Amazing! Essere Ferrari!
    Very easy to find, just follow the road signs for Museo Ferrari. There are a lot of places in front and nearby to park your car or bike. Museum is simply must, one for the bucket list. Ticket price is 22 EUR for this museum, but if you buy combined with Enzo Museum in Modena, you will pay 30 EUR. A lot of history and passion in one place. You can stay a whole day. Highly recommend!!!
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written November 17, 2023
  • nbcarden
    Bentonville, Arkansas391 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Must see!
    Absolute must see if you are a Ferrari fan. So many amazing cars and details can be learned from this place. Any car person would enjoy making a visit or just learning about Ferrari’s amazing history
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written March 6, 2024
  • GaryMenzies
    South Queensferry, United Kingdom132 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    What's Not To Love?!
    The epicentre of the Ferrari universe, what's not to love about this place. Containing all things Ferrari: classics modern, supercars, F1, Le Mans, there's something for everyone and as a Ferrari lover from my youth it was an absolute joy to be able to share the experience with our two boys (16 & 4yo) as well. Absolutely breathtaking at every turn and steeped in the history and glories of the Scuderia. An absolute must visit. We drove for 3hrs across the mountains from Molazzana and was worth every minute!
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written April 16, 2024
  • ArtsyGalBaltimore
    846 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Classy Museo Ferrari
    Even on a wet, chilly, quite miserable day, nothing could put a damper on enjoying this museum. Well led out architecturally with a smooth paced flow. Well documented signage for the elegant, refined artistic cars displayed across time. Impressive collection of trophies awaiting more in their future. Parking is difficult given the limited spaces; I would recommend planning ahead of time. Missed the opportunity to do the factory tour, having not arranged well in advance. Store classy but high end pricing.
    Visited April 2024
    Traveled as a couple
    Written April 22, 2024
  • Panos H
    Nicosia, Cyprus507 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great experience: fun and learning
    It is a well spent 1.5-2hrs even if you are not a die hard car fan. Easy to follow and user friendly layout full of amazing cars. Only downside the extremely expensive shop .
    Visited May 2024
    Traveled with friends
    Written May 5, 2024
  • Jonathon C
    Franklin, Indiana139 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Worth a stop in Maranello
    Definitely a must see if you have a chance to visit Maranello. Keep in mind this is more focused on Ferrari cars first and then transitions to the Motorsports history. There’s a lot of eye candy with various generations of vehicles on display. Plenty of vintage racing cars that put Ferrari on the map prior to F1 as well. My only complaint is the gift shop and how tiny it is with the crowds it attracts. The checkout line takes forever to get through.
    Visited May 2024
    Traveled on business
    Written May 11, 2024
  • Liviu B
    5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A MUST !
    From my point of view, the Ferrari museum is a must if you are in Italy and near Maranello For example, we visited the museum on our way from Florence and reserved a whole day of our vacation for this. I for one would put the Ferrari Museum in the compulsory curriculum of Italian schools because only on the surface it is a museum of luxury cars. In fact, it is a trip through the recent history of Italian technical excellence and what it means to be a trailblazer in such a globally competitive area Enzo Ferrari's words: those who will come after me have only to continue with passion and determination the open road to excellence! I think that even for those who do not have a passion for cars, the technological evolution that they can see there (supported by the results from the competitions) is impressive. And if that comes with a superb design and the result is a luxury sports car then... all the better!
    Visited May 2024
    Traveled as a couple
    Written June 3, 2024
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cc1386
Hemel Hempstead, UK27 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Family
Excellent museum for Ferrari fans. It would appear they have significantly added to the stock of cars on display in the last 3 years judging from some of the old reviews on this site. We pre booked both museums (ie Maranello and Modena) , the factory and test track tour on the bus and the simulators. It was a great day and the staff were helpful with our timed tickets. One great thing about these 2 museums is that you get F1 , road cars, track cars , race cars all in the mix. A great day out for our family.
Written August 4, 2022
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AdrianmwH
Phuket, Thailand55 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2020
Really worth a visit, the cars are very well exhibited and the fascinating history of Ferrari is very well documented. My only disappointment was the relatively limited number of cars and items on display, I guess so that the features are enhanced, but I would love to have seen more of the cars from the 50's, 60's and 70's. Still a great way to spend a couple of hours. The bus tour to the factory and Fiorano test track is also worth taking.
Written September 14, 2020
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pau1ph
Hong Kong, China9 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021
250LM, 812, 288, F40, F50, Enzo, La Ferrari, FXX K, SP2, a random concept, a handful of F1 cars, a 125, 166 and a couple of others from that era. That's what the museum contained.

An incredible list of cars, but a very small slice of what made Ferrari the name it is today. Where are all the 60s racers? The other Le Mans cars old and new? The 80s and 90s? Post-Montezemelo cars? I visited this museum about 15 years ago and there was a lot more on display then, so where are they all now?

It's a well presented museum and there are undoubtedly cars you will never see again, but there is too much missing to justify the entry price.
Written December 6, 2021
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WanderingDane
Lone Tree, Colorado9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
This museum focuses on Ferrari's race cars, although there are a number of road cars on display, as well. The other Ferrari museum, located in nearby Modena, is road car - focused.

The cars and engines are beautifully presented with plaques providing information in Italian and English.

Ferrari has produced so many significant race cars and given the limited space, a good selection is presented. The Formula 1 cars were displayed very nicely and with comprehensive history.

At the end of the museum tour and before reaching the gift shop, you will have an opportunity to 'drive' a Ferrari F1 car in a simulator. As a former open wheel race car driver, this was a great opportunity to experience some part of what a F1 driver actually feels when racing. Very, very enjoyable.

For Ferrari and F1 enthusiasts, this museum is highly recommended.
Written January 1, 2020
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Megan M
1 contribution
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Family
Disappointing experience. Very expensive, rushed through, very little flexibility in hours for tours and shuttle. One must buy separate tickets for the Museum in Modena, Marangello, the factory tour, the shuttle that takes you between sites… to see it all and have a complete experience a single entry ticket would cost 120€ a person. That doesn’t include the stands where you can sit in a Ferrari for 10 seconds and have your picture taken for 20€ or the F1 simulator that Costa 30€ for 7 minutes. Wouldn’t have been so bad if the staff was helpful and polite. But most just tried to shuttle you through as quickly as possible. When we broke up our visit to the Maranello museum because we had the factory tour (which we paid a pretty penny for) and then tried to go back in to finish our visit to the museum we were told by a very rude and hostile staff member at the door that the ticket is only valid for a single entrance and that in any case 1 hour is enough to visit the museum. 1 hour is enough!!! If one wants to actually learn something from the exhibitions and engage with the material it would take at least 2-3 hours. It became obvious that the museum was set up for a tourist who quickly rushes through the museum to take photos of cars and selfies to post on their social media feeds. VERY DISAPPOINTING and diseducative for my 13 year old son who I had been excited to take because of his passion for cars. I DO NOT recommend.
Written July 24, 2023
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Brun066
Florence, Italy13,213 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022
At the end of March 2022, characterized by an early heat, we visited this famous museum (not to be confused with the "Enzo Ferrari Museum" located in the nearby city of Modena).
I'm not particularly fond of Formula 1 racing; however this museum impressed me, and I found it pleasant.
In the museum, the history of the brand is retraced, which was detached from Alfa Romeo in 1947 by Enzo Ferrari and became an independent brand. The narration is accompanied by a very large number of original models of the car, from its origins to the present day, each one extensively commented on. There are also evocative videos.
More detailed forms of sight are possible (the visit to the factory, to the testing circuit, to the Modena branch); but even limiting himself to this museum, at the end of the itinerary the visitor is fully aware of the history of these cars.
Written January 25, 2023
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MOR70
Geneva, Switzerland398 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2020 • Solo
For Ferrari fans this is obviously a must. You’ll get the full racing history from beginning to nowadays. A few super/hyper cars are on show also. Coupled with F1 simulators and the obvious merchandising store Ferrari fans have it all. Buy the combo ticket with the Enzo Ferrari museum in Modena to save a few bucks.
Written September 9, 2020
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mvanroy
Merelbeke, Belgium752 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
This museum is located In Ferrari city Maranello. You can see the black prancing horse and the red / yellow colors everywhere in town, but this museum is the centerpiece and a must-see if you like the sport cars and / or brand. The museum shows some nice and important cars that had an impact on the history of Ferrari. The cars itself are nicely presented with a few words of explanation, without going in too much detail. The museum starts with the Gran Turismo part of history (including the famous F40), followed by some One-Off creations (personalized cars only build once for rich clients) and then finishing with the racing history of the prancing horse.
The dedicated Formule 1 room is very special showing (i) some of the actual cars that brought the world championship to Ferrari, (ii) miniature versions of all the F1 Ferraris throughout the F1 history and (iii) a lot of trophies (including the ones from the ongoing championship). The last room presents some of the earliest racing cars (even going back to the 50s of last century), some cars that had an impact on the racing history of Ferrari, and last but not least, the actual F1 car of last season.
At the end, you can find the gift shop (especially hats and clothing are offered but I was missing payable miniature cars or good books on the history of Ferrari). Next to the gift shop, you can find an F1 simulator (but 25 euro for 7 minutes).
Written July 23, 2022
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Jay
Jersey, UK6 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
So, today we visited the Ferrari museum.
A little background first. We have travelled to Italy with friends. During our stay we went to the Italian Grand Prix, sitting in the grandstand full of Tiflis opposite the Ferrari garage. The whole weekend we screamed and shouted our support, and bought stupidly expensive souvenirs. How does a cap cost €60 ?
The Ferrari museum were not to know this of course.
So, we hired a car and drove from Bologna to Maranello to visit the Ferrari museum. We were corralled into a short queue in the baking sun (the awning doing nothing) for those without tickets. We stood for a good 10 minutes whilst a group of ‘look at me Ferrari people’ took selfies with their lanyards, staff member and anything else they could find. There was virtually no one at the desks inside.
Then a surly young lady in Ferrari uniform came over and mumbled she was sorry for the wait but their were lots of groups. Other people came and went from the ‘tickets booked’ lane, which is fair enough.
Still we and our elderly friends waited patiently, in the baking sun.
After another 10 minutes the same unsmiling lady came back and suggested we book tickets online, and that she would help us. Why we could not just walk into the virtually empty foyer and purchase the tickets was never explained. Why did she not suggest this 20 minutes ago?
We dutifully purchased the tickets online, undoubtedly incurring an otherwise unnecessary currency charge on my credit card. At which point we actually became people worth her time. We received a smile of sorts and were told go to through and start our visit.
Don’t get me wrong, the museum is lovely, the cars are achingly beautiful and Ferrari will not care one iota about this review.
I hope they read this though, and maybe it will remind them that their fans money is just as good as those who they invite to buy their cars. I am a loyal fan, but I am not an idiot. I am not rich, but I can afford to buy decent seats at a race, and buy the overpriced souvenirs. It does not mean that I have to buy Ferrari stuff forever when this is how I am treated.
Shame on you.
Written September 6, 2023
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Kayakgirly
London, UK337 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020 • Couples
This was my third visit to the Ferrari museum and once again, it was stunning. Each time I’ve visited there has been a new exhibition which has made the visit worthwhile. This time, the F1 car used in Mugello for Ferrari’s 1000th race was on display and it was beautiful. It’s going to be there for a while yet I believe so go visit if you can.
Written November 7, 2020
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