Museo Ferrari

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Swissbakers
Geneva, Switzerland24 contributions
Jul 2021
Certainly worth a visit. With Covid restrictions, tickets are encouraged to be purchased online and time limit of 90 minutes in the museum. This was an ideal amount and with the time slots it did mean the museum wasn't too crowded. Wonderful way to see such a history of Ferrari with so many photo opportunities and lots of interesting history about each car. We had a dog in tow and were able to leave him in one of the Ferrari kennels out the back that we were given a padlock and key for. We just turned up and asked for this ( not sure if you can prebook).
Written July 26, 2021
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pau1ph
Hong Kong, China11 contributions
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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kgilbert78
Columbus, OH2,531 contributions
Jul 2019
This is the place with many of the famous Formula 1 and Mille Miglia cars. There are also many of the higher end cars. There is a photo op to sit in a Ferrari and have one's picture taken. At 15 E, it's one of the cheapest souvenirs there, and worth it, just to sit behind the wheel of one. The museum is very fairly priced if you buy the combo with the Enzo Ferrari house in Modena. The souvenir shop is quite expensive. But the museum is very much worth the trip.
Written June 30, 2020
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AdrianmwH
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam43 contributions
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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Derek A
Edmonton6 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
To sum this review up. If you are an international traveler and do not hold an EU green pass you will be denied.

Before departing Canada we checked into the entry requirements. All that is stated online is that we needed to show the EU green pass or territorial equivalent.

We departed Venice and drove 3 hours to the museum. 4 fully vaccinated Canadian travellers who cannot depart or re enter our country or enter Italy without vaccination. We have our Albertan vaccination forms which has been adequate at all Italian attractions and locations during our first week of the trip.

Upon arrival at Ferrari we are denied entry due to the vaccine record not scanning on the EU green pass application. “If my phone says no you can’t come in.” The sign states EU pass or equivalent. We were told to perform a 20 euro Covid test at a pharmacy if we wanted to enter. We were pinched for time and did not have 1.5+ hours to commit to pharmacy location and testing so we could not visit
Written October 15, 2021
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Mats Pahnke
Eindhoven, The Netherlands323 contributions
Aug 2021 • Family
The whole complex looked fascinating. You had to get a time slot, and it didn’t feel too busy when walking through the museum. The lights were set-up good so you could get a perfectly clear vision of the colors of the cars. Great stories and you got a nice look into the history of Ferrari. Only thing that has room for improvement to make it more interactive by example letting people sit in a f1 car or sitting in a normal Ferrari chair, without the need of paying for this.
Written August 18, 2021
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MOR70
Geneva, Switzerland364 contributions
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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Kayakgirly
London, UK239 contributions
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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smvNYC
New York City, NY179 contributions
Jul 2021
As we were not sure when our plane would eventually land at the Bologna airport we decided not to pre-book timed tickets. After landing, however, when we tried to book them we discovered that none were available. Luckily we decided to call and found out that there was no issue just showing up as they were not busy. Sure enough, when we arrived we were able to get in immediately.
If you are a car enthusiast, the museum is a must. The history of the company and the philosophy behind the designs are nicely explained in display, and videos. The cars and engines were also fantastic, as was the semicircular setup of formula one cars that won trophies.
At the end of the tour you could have your picture taken in a Ferrari (15E). We decided against it. Due to COVID they were covering the chars with plastic and that looked very ugly in the photo.
Written August 18, 2021
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WanderingDane
Lone Tree, Colorado9 contributions
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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