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The 2nd and the bigger of the two Italian museums.
This is where Enzo built his factory that us still making the ferrari to this day!
The whole town seems to work here ! People in ( very nice actually) Ferrari uniform just walking around...More
This museum had a beautiful collection of cars but did not feel comprehensive - we were left wanting more after our visit. It was cool to see but felt like there should be more cars, more information provided etc. The driving simulator at the end...More
Along with our tour group, my wife and I toured the Ferrari Museum. There were several Ferraris on exhibit, some little model cars arranged on a sloping base, and a driving simulation station in the basement. Things seemed overpriced, and there wasn't as much to...More
The Ferrari Museum is a must see if you are a fan of racing cars. The museum houses some of the landmark models made by Ferrari and also showcases top engineering outcomes that are rarely seen elsewhere. The engines in the engine museum are particularly...More
Not a lot of information on Ferrari within the museum- great cars with a paragraph about each one but that’s it! I’d hoped more info on the growth of the brand,race cars and Supercars. Even for a car fan an hour is all it takes...More
I wasn’t that big into the car brand but after visiting this museum I had a much better appreciation for it. We visited this museum after going to the Lamborghini museum in Sant’Agata and was appreciative that we had done this second because it was...More
We stopped here as part of the Monza Grand Prix tour. I was expecting a lot more than I got in terms of the overall experience. Certainly it was a nice display of the past models but I still felt that there is so much...More
I’m massively into cars and a mechanic by trade so I love going to car museums and doing factory tours and that sort of thing so when i was on holiday in italy we had to visit Ferrari. I read some of the reviews and...More
Plenty to see if you take your time and take it all in, there was more than 12 cars and lots of other displays. We had a car so I don’t know about the shuttle. We were there in Late June early July. Enjoy your trip.