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The Enzo Ferrari Museum (Museo Enzo Ferrari) in Modena, Italy, is a tribute to the man who changed the world of sports cars forever. An emblematic location of motor history, the museum offers a unique blend of technology, design, and an immersive exploration of Enzo Ferrari’s life.

History

The Museo Enzo Ferrari is a fusion of new and old, built around the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari in 1898. The museum opened in 2012 and showcases a combination of Ferrari’s history from his birth to the rise of Scuderia Ferrari, along with changing exhibitions of vehicles. The museum aims to keep the legacy of Enzo Ferrari alive and inspire future generations with his uncompromising drive for car making perfection.

How to get there

Located in the heart of Modena, Italy, the Enzo Ferrari Museum is easily reachable. If you are traveling from Bologna or Milan, the fastest way is by train with a trip lasting under an hour and a half. From the Modena train station, it is just 15 minutes walk to the museum. Parking is available nearby for those driving to the museum.

List of Attractions

The Museo Enzo Ferrari offers a captivating experience with two major exhibition areas. The Ferrari’s Birth Home houses a multimedia display, documenting milestones of his life and Ferrari as a brand. In the glass-roofed Exhibition Gallery, visitors can admire some of the most iconic cars designed by Ferrari, models that have made motorsport history. The video projection show on Ferrari’s life is a unique and immersive experience not to be missed.

Ticket Information

Tickets can be purchased online or at the museum. General admission is around $29 and can be purchased here. There are reduced rates for visitors over the age of 65, students, children and teachers. There area also combined ticket for Museo Enzo Ferrari and Museo Ferrari in Maranello.

List of Tips for Visiting

  1. Visitors should budget around 2-3 hours to fully explore the museum and exhibits.
  2. The museum shops offer a variety of Ferrari merchandise, from clothing to model cars.
  3. The museum offers interactive displays, great for both children and adults.
  4. Plan to visit both Ferrari museums (Museo Enzo Ferrari and Museo Ferrari in Maranello) on the same day as they highlight different aspects of the brand’s history. A shuttle bus links the two museums.
  5. Use an audio guide to enhance your experience, numerous languages available.
  6. Photography is permitted, making it an excellent destination for auto-enthusiast photographers.

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