Visiting The Ferrari Museum, Maranello

Visiting The Ferrari Museum, Maranello, Maranello, Italy (B)

For car enthusiasts, a trip to the Ferrari Museum in Northern Italy is a must. Around 25 minutes drive away from Modena and one hour from Bologna, the town of Maranello has been the home of Ferrari’s factory since the 1940s, when founder Enzo Ferrari moved operations there from Modena after the factory was bombed during World War II.

Before we got to the museum we drove past the gigantic Ferrari headquarters which houses the Ferrari factory and its test race track is nearby. We could hear the sound of burning rubber on the circuit as we pulled up to the Ferrari Museum.

It is possible to go on a shuttle bus tour of the factory and race track but you are restricted to staying on the bus. In-depth tours are reserved for Ferrari owners only – by appointment. As we are not yet Ferrari owners (maybe one day, ay), we were happy to just visit the Ferrari Museum and promising our daughter we would be seeing Lightening McQueen (from Pixar’s Cars) she shared in our enthusiasm for at least ten minutes of us getting there. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Visiting The Ferrari Museum, Maranello
Guide Location: Italy » Maranello
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Elizabeth Callaghan
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