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The Lamborghini Museum is located in Sant’Agata Bolognese, in that tiny triangle between Bologna and Modena, fittingly defined as “Terra dei Motori” (Motor Valley). The Museum opened in 2001 as a sign of Automobili Lamborghini’s commitment to...more
All reviews factory tour on display the bus in advance production line beautiful cars concept cars car enthusiast two floors ayrton senna gift shop bolognese down the road my son pre book super cars worth the trip
We were on an Italian road trip and visiting Lamborghini meant a 2 hour drive out of our way in bad weather - but we decided it was probably a once in a lifetime opportunity. We had read some of the poor reviews about staff...More
Its not a museum its a concept museum so its vert small only two floors.
But if you are a petrol head like me you will enjoy it.
To see the Diablo fully restored to be close to the marchialago. Those magical thing are a...More
The cars on display were incredible and the history provided alongside the cars was very informative.
But the place was otherwise very lacking, partly because it is of need of greater floor space. It will be hard to fit in any new models in coming...More
As someone who is in a similar field I am stunned by the lack of customer service. We were accosted as we entered the drop off area in front of the Museum by some strange parking attendant. The lack of interest and hostility continued with...More
i was invited on a 1-1 personal tour during November 2018 the lady guides knowledge was impressive !
Not one question could she not answer
i had a great tour of the 3 main production lines and the museum
a good day out and well...More
We pre-booked the Lamborghini factory tour online ourselves after finding the ex-Bologna package tours very expensive. Finding the local bus and factory were easy following instructions on the booking confirmation.
We arrived in Bologna on a weekend and pre-purchased our bus tickets the day before,...More
We toured the factory and museum. Everything is hand made right down to the color someone selects. We were told someone picked out their car color based on the woman’s nail polish color. Worth the time and experience
We wanted a car day in our recent Tuscany Villa holiday. 8 of us packed up and made the journey north to Lamborghini and its not to be named famous cousin. The Lamborghini Museum features a most excellent history of the Lambo line, including the...More
I like cars. Lamborghini is one of the historical Icons of supercars. I came to Bologna for seminar with extra day and because of the rain decided take a bus to Lamborghini. Before rain chances to go was 50/50. But cars in museum were awesome...More
Response from BigLouie2 | Reviewed this property |
I suggest that you contact the factory direct and they can tell you what is available. It is an amazing tour and well worth while. Contact them through their website. Factory tours take place from mondays to fridays... More
I suggest that you contact the factory direct and they can tell you what is available. It is an amazing tour and well worth while. Contact them through their website. Factory tours take place from mondays to fridays between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm tours last around 45 minutes. (bologna), italy ( "lamborghini")
Response from fourthnight48 | Reviewed this property |
Hi sorry for the delay in answering, with regards to doing both the Ferrari and Lamborghini musueam in one day, that’ll be a tricky task as the Ferrari museums are split between two sites one of which being Enzo Ferrari’s... More
Hi sorry for the delay in answering, with regards to doing both the Ferrari and Lamborghini musueam in one day, that’ll be a tricky task as the Ferrari museums are split between two sites one of which being Enzo Ferrari’s house and original factory although there is a shuttle bus between the two Ferrari museums. Also the Ferrari Museums are both pretty big and will easily take up a large part of your day.
Meanwhile Lamborghini is across the other side of Bologna and it’ll take some time to get there, particularly considering the very busy traffic around Bologna.
With regard to the public transport in Bologna it is terrible including the taxis, you can’t rely on them, I would strongly recommend hiring a cheap car for the day especially it’d aim to do both museums at once, and preferably I would pre-book the car before you get to Italy as it’ll be cheaper..