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I’m probably going to write an unpopular review. I’m not a car enthusiast, but my son is and absolutely LOVES Pagani!
My son is always talking about Paganis and how much he loves them and a bunch of other stuff I don’t understand! I couldn’t...More
If you’re not a petrolhead, this may not be for you, if you are, read on. The receptionist and tour guide were extremely friendly and efficient, couldn’t have asked for more. The Museum was fascinating, a genuine opportunity to get so close to these wondrous...More
We wanted to do the Car Valley tour on our own, setting up the tour was very easy using the website. We had a group of 6 adults. Very welcoming, entered into the shop, then when the tour started the tour with a brief history...More
Our guide, Anna, was hugely welcoming and extremely knowledgable about Horacio Pagani’s life, the history of Pagani motorcars, the craftsmanship and making of the cars, and about the cars themselves. We took a tour in English which she delivered flawlessly.
The cars are beautiful, and...More
Visiting Pagani's factory felt more like visiting a gallery than visiting an automotive museum and factory.
The museum is small but complete in my opinion because Pagani produces only limited and handmade cars . The cars as well as many other objects regarding Pagani's history...More
It was quite an experience seeing cars that you don't usually 'meet' on the streets and a factory designed like an Italian Piazza, without the usual production lines and robots.
Overall the museum is small but well organised, with focus on the story and the...More
This is a new factory and it inspiring. The museum gives an introduction to the reasonably short history of the company. Then the tour of the factory - place where art and science meet’ is very impressive. Everything is constructed by hand, no robots in...More
They are very interesting cars to look at. The tour is relatively brief. There is a nice movie with English subtitles telling the story of Horacio Pagani.
The museum consists of a few cars, two engines and a couple display cases. There is no audio...More
Stunning cars, hand crafted with the highest sense for a detail. Mr. Pagani brings that to the possible top. Even the inside of the factory, which is made in some kind pseudo-renaissance style speaks of his creative nature.
Unfortunatelly the shop that could provide us...More
I don't believe you can visit the "museum" without visiting the factory. Since Pagani haven't been in operation that long, it is less of a museum and more of a "showroom". I am sure if you show them your Platinum American... More
I don't believe you can visit the "museum" without visiting the factory. Since Pagani haven't been in operation that long, it is less of a museum and more of a "showroom". I am sure if you show them your Platinum American Express Card they will let you in...TO be honest, the factory is such an amazing place, you should consider forking out the extortionate entrance fee just to see what a modern car factory looks like for hand-built prestigious cars!
As for getting there without a car...I believe there is a bus service which goes nearby, but it is in the middle of an anonymous Industrial Estate so a little off the beaten track.