Lamborghini Museum
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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Inaugurated in 2001, the Lamborghini Museum, located in the Italian Motor Valley, has been updated to become MUDETEC, Museum of Technologies. It is where the company’s captivating history, iconic models and tours of the production lines tell the story of over 50 years of innovation that project Lamborghini into the future. Models range from the early visionary creations of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s genius, like the Miura and Countach, to the more recent and exclusive super sports cars, like the Sesto Elemento, the hybrid concept car Asterion, the Veneno and Centenario limited editions, the Aventador SVJ and the Huracán EVO RWD. MUDETEC offers an increasingly interactive experience, also thanks to the new driving simulator and the #lamborghinimudetec app, with which the excitement and discovery of the vehicles on display are amplified with augmented reality.
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Balta Ruiz
Hillsboro, OR339 contributions
Jul 2022 • Family
😕 About 20 cars on display and one game simulator in two floors. A couple of models are not real (plastic and cardboard). Some models look deteriorated and could be better maintained.

🅿️ Parking lot in front of factory/museum, ~98% full by 10:30am since it’s also used by employees.

😰 Air Conditioning is not strong enough on a 40 ºC/104 ºF day with about 30 guests inside.

📶 WiFi works only on the 2nd floor. Might want to avoid the social network registration by clicking on the bottom button (Italian only).

🛞 For Game simulator you must BUY SEPARATE TICKET IN ADVANCE.

☕️ No cafeteria, bring your own water bottle and plan on visiting the Trattoria on

🚽 2 bathrooms on the 1st floor with no baby changing station.

🛍 The “Boutique” (Shop) is outside of museum. Item prices vary, as low as €17 to hundred of euros and variety is limited.

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Written July 30, 2022
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angelav
Leatherhead, UK87 contributions
Jul 2022 • Couples
Nice enough museum with a few great cars on display. However…a pain to get to it. It would be helpful to have a few more information on the website regarding means of transportation. You can get a bus from Bologna, but Google maps will tell you to take a train, then change to a bus. Do not do that. Italian public transportation services seem to be almost always late, so we missed the connection to the bus because the train was late, the next bus was an hour away, we could not find any taxi in the town where the train left us….it all ended up being a bit of a nightmare. We had a tour booked for 11, so we called the museum to ask if we can enter the museum later than that, as we are late. We’ve been told we can’t. We sat disappointed on a bench for a while, straddled, ready to return home, then checked the website again and noticed the museum is open until 5pm. So it made no sense that we could not enter the museum if we missed the 11am tour. We decided to go the the museum door anyway and try our luck. Once we got there, we found out that we can easily use our tour tickets to gain general entrance to the museum, which I still don’t understand why it wasn’t said when we called. Long story short…after much confusion, running after buses, searching for non existent taxis in the middle of nowhere and spending a small fortune on international phone calls…we got there in the end. It ticked the box, but the whole experience was somehow soured.
Written July 23, 2022
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Maathu N
7 contributions
Oct 2022 • Couples
It was a privilege to see such a collection of cars. An hour is more than enough to walk around the museum, and it helps if you’re into Lamborghinis to truly appreciate what you’re looking at. That said, there’s plenty of information available about each car on touch screens all around the museum. The life size model of the Lego Sian with working lights was astonishing, having the regular model at home!

The simulator was well worth the money and a thoroughly enjoyable experience. If you love the thrill of driving super cars, definitely book it!
Written October 9, 2022
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SteveGBanbury
Sherborne, UK25 contributions
Sep 2022
As someone who has met Feruccio Lamborghini in person many years ago I was very disappointed with this Museum's lack of history. In fact the "museum" is just a small collection of Lambo cars with little continuity or passion.No detail, just a few cars you musnt touch!

Not a patch on the Ferrari Museum and not in the same league as Mercedes, either in Germany or the UK

Parking ( having driven from the UK) was over the road in the overcrowded staff car park. I was underwhelmed and it just didnt feel special. The "shop" next door it mainly overpriced model cars and a few lambo wallets.

Dont bother; its not worth the entrance fee and its a poor legacy
Written September 27, 2022
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Emanuel F
Lisbon, Portugal68 contributions
Apr 2022 • Family
The space it’s not prepared to be a museum.
Staff not very friendly, and schedule time to spend in your visit (1 hour).
The exhibition space it’s crowed we cars, fantastic, but you have difficulty to walk around them, since they are squeezed to the walls, leaving around 60cm to walk.
I got the idea that Lamborghini just have ad 3 motors and no evolution described (only 3 motors in exhibition). No idea who was the mentor of Lamborghini.
Comparing this museum with similar ones in Bologna area. It’s a disappointment even for my kids, Lamborghini lovers.
Don’t expect to much. This is not a museum, it’s a car dealer store.
Written April 14, 2022
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Mr Huat
Singapore, Singapore188 contributions
Jun 2022
Pretty amazing experience to view the Lamborghini Museum as there are so many classic and new lambos. Do not expect much as only got 2 floors, maybe within 10 mins u can cover the whole museum. Just spend some time to enjoy and take pictures of it!
Written September 25, 2022
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Gunnlaugur Þór G
49 contributions
Aug 2022 • Family
I was expecting more. The museum was nice and I am glad I came but there are so much more that can be done. Ok we got to look closey at all the cars but nothing more. There are so many things that can be done to make things interesting. More info about the production...interior design..disasembled motor or chasse...the story of the company. The LEGO piece was nice
Written August 4, 2022
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TheSkyMaster
Milan, Italy31 contributions
Oct 2022
The tour is very good. It walks you alongside the assembly line. At the time, we were able to see Lamborghini Urus assembly line. The supercar line was being retooled.

On the tour you see Lamborghinis parked all over the campus, both the SUVs and the supercars.
Written October 14, 2022
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Federico Bossi
The Hague, The Netherlands51 contributions
Aug 2021
We stopped for about an hour at the Lamborghini Museum and I honestly it disapointed me because I was expecting more cars and history. There is barely any explanation of how the car evolved. They also told us that they produce annually the Huracan, Aventador and the Urus but however the Aventador was the only car to be seen in the museum. This museum was also not that cheap so I was really expecting more.
Written August 29, 2021
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Maggipie
SF Bay Area26 contributions
Jun 2019
This was a specific detour (on our summer trip) for my 15 year old son who is a Lambo fanatic; I told him it took a plane, a train and a bus (plus a short walk) to get to the museum, as we did the DIY version (very easy to do, and saved us hundreds of euros for our family of 4). He loved it! We did the factory tour and he had a turn in the simulator. It was the highlight of his summer. For myself, totally not a car person, not as exciting, but the factory tour did have some interesting info, such as the leather for seats needs to be pristine, so much so they use cows from the north, not south, since northern climate cows are less likely to be bitten by mosquitoes!
Written January 1, 2020
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