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Reviewed January 15, 2020 via mobile

The buildings are nice enough, and it turns out that there are two museums for the price of one, as not only do you get the Enzo Ferrari museum, you also get the museum of motors! Sounds great, right??

Well the museum of motors does what it says on the tin, I guess... It's just a room with some engines and a couple of cars in it!

Never mind though... That's just the warm up, so from there we went through to the main museum... As you walk in to the first hall, it really does look pretty impressive, with some nice cars! That's great until you realise this isn't the first hall, it's the entire museum!

Including the two in the engine display, there is a grand total of 18 cars in the museum. There's a really odd gap from the late Sixties to the late Nineties, and none of the cars you'd really expect to see...

Where's the F40, the F50, the Testarossa, the 250? How can they have the Enzo Ferrari museum without a Ferrari Enzo??

Ok, some of those might be pretty rare and pricy, but surely they could've managed a 308 as a little homage to Magnum PI! There's even a small old TV on a display stands for absolutely no apparent reason, so you would've thought they could've used that somehow...

Overall, this is like being told you've won one of the iconic cars of your youth in a raffle, only to be handed the keys to a rusty Marina!

I just managed to squeeze this in for lunch between two business meetings and feel ripped off for the price... If I'd actually made a specific effort to go, I'd be absolutely fuming!

Date of experience: January 2020
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Reviewed January 15, 2020 via mobile

To say you have been to Italy and not seen the Enzo Ferrari Museo just is not possible !
We loved this place and we are not even that much into cars but we appreciate style and beautiful engineering.
We also love inspirational people and this place ticks all the boxes .
As you would expect fantastic collection of cars and beautifully laid out a must if you are Italy

Date of experience: January 2020
Thank raglantripper
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Reviewed January 6, 2020 via mobile


For all Ferrari enthusiasts this is a must.
Close to the main train station.
Words cannot express until you visit and see for yourself.
From the history to the engine to the actual cars.
We watched a 7 Min video about the history.
A shop for souvenirs available.
Also available to book two museums at a price for Marinello museum as well.
Ticked off bucket list.

Date of experience: January 2020
Thank holidayRH
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Reviewed December 27, 2019 via mobile

Great selection of cars and timed it well as I saw the the brilliant video about Enzo's life. Would recommend.
Not the nicest walk to the Museum itself but once you're in it is lovely. The gift shop is pretty pricey as expected.

Date of experience: December 2019
Thank WelshBecca
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Reviewed December 7, 2019 via mobile

Very interesting. They have many different engines on display that demonstrate the continual quest for performance. Some didn’t work, others are classics. Also a retrospective of industrial design in general. Many of the automobiles were designed by Pininfarina (Now owned by Mahindra of Mumbai). Not of much interest to children, however teens may find it interesting. Gearheads will enjoy as well. No touching, but photos and selfies are allowed.

Date of experience: November 2019
Thank rndlp
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