Completely renovated and now with more exhibition space, the Museo Ferrari in Maranello anticipates the museum of the future: not just a collection of the past, but an extraordinary experience of the world of Ferrari, where the historical cars and history are the pretext to understand and get to know today’s models, Formula 1 content and technology and the outlook towards the future.
This experience is offered via the cars, big screens and films, interactive tools such as the explanation of the Grand Prix pitwall and the possibility to turn into a Formula 1 driver on board of a semi-professional simulator. A vast range of publications and material from the present and the past tell the story of the Brand.
The museum is open all year except on Christmas Day and New Year. It offers a hospitable Café , where visitors can taste the regional products loved by Enzo Ferrari.
For the entire month of August the museum is open as usual from Monday to Sunday from 9:30am to 7pm. There are several shows to see next to the permanent Formula 1 exhibition: Ferrari Supercar with the new “LaFerrari”, a show with cars owned by famous actors like Steve McQueen and Al Pacino together with bits of feauture films, with Ferrari as a main player and last but not least a show with Ferraris used as prototypes in the production of new models, called “mulotipi” by the test drivers.
There are many things to see and do at the museum, such as the semi-professional F1-simulators to get the feeling of a real racing driver. The museum can be visited with audio giudes, available in 7 languages, including Chinese and Russian.