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Ferrari Museum Tickets

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Awaken the racecar enthusiast in you as you go for this panoramic shuttle tour that takes you through the Fiorano tracks, the site of developing and testing Ferrari cars. The track operating since 1972 to test the quality of the cars, is present in the city of Maranello, home of Ferrari headquarters. Discover the heart of the Ferrari factories and admire the architecture of the Museum created by renowned architects including Renzo Piano, who designed the New York Times building.
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Ferrari Museum Tickets Guide

The Ferrari Museum, or Museo Ferrari Maranello in Maranello chronicles the development and history of the Ferrari sports vehicle brand. The museum has rare and historic Ferrari cars, as well as a full history of the brand and its best-known products. Ferrari museum tickets are available in a variety of options that let you explore at your own pace based on your budget and time.

All Your Ferrari Museum Tickets & Tour Options

Based on how much time you have and how you want to explore the world of Ferraris, the ticket options are diverse. Get yourself Ferrari Museum entry tickets or guided tours and enjoy exploring the various iconic collectibles, classic models, modern versions, designs, exhibitions, and more. Choose between a guided tour and self-guided entry tickets to personalize the experience. With a combo package, you can also check out the Modena Enzo Ferrari Museum.

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Guided Tours

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Gain admission to the museum and find out all about the entire history and future of the Prancing Horse and Scuderia del Cavallino Rampante, and marvel at the collection of trophies and cars. You can walk through the Hall of Victories and learn about the F1 world champions with these tickets. Ferrari Museum Entry Tickets are meant for you if you want to explore the museum at your own pace.

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Ferrari Museum in Maranello: Entrance Ticket
See the permanent and temporary exhibits that show Ferrari's past, present, and plans for the future. Access the F1 simulator and the panoramic view of the factory and track.
Explore the world of Ferraris through the simulators and other interactive displays that let guests feel what it's like to pilot their dream car. Get access to the world of luxury as you experience the F1 stimulators, the panoramic tour of the Fiorano track, shuttle transfers, and a multilingual expert guide matching your car enthusiasm equally.

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This is possibly the best-priced combo deal that will take you through the history of Ferrari by visiting both, the Maranello Ferrari Museum and the Modena Enzo Ferrari Museum. Spend as much time as you want in the two museums. Learn about the life of Enzo Ferrari and take in the permanent as well as temporary exhibitions between the two places. Walk through the Hall of Victories and visit the gift shop to shop for cool gifts. 

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Combo ticket: Maranello Ferrari Museum and Modena Enzo Ferrari Museum
The combo ticket includes 1-day access to the Ferrari Museum in Maranello and Modena. Apart from big savings, you can venture into these museums at your pace and spend as much time as you want.

Which Ferrari Museum Tickets Should You Go For

If you are on a budget 

The Ferrari Museum entry tickets are a great budget option to experience the past, present, and future of the majestic Ferraris. 

If you are looking for an in-depth tour

As a Ferrari enthusiast, pick the guided tour tickets for an in-depth exploration in your preferred language (English or Italian).

If you are looking to explore more of Maranello

For a Ferrari lover through and through, the combo tickets cover two stunning Ferrari museums in Maranello and Modena.

Ferrari Museum Tickets Discounts & Offers

Free Entry

Entry is free for disabled guests and children under the age of 5.

Plan Your Visit to Ferrari Museum

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What are Ferrari Museum hours/opening hours/timings?
The Maranello Ferrari Museum hours are:
Between April and October:
09:30 AM - 07:00 PM
Last entry: 06:15 PM
Between November and March:
09:30 AM - 18:00 PM
Last entry: 05:15 PM
When is Ferrari Museum closed? 
The Ferrari Museum in Maranello remains closed on December 25 and January 1.
What is the best time to visit Ferrari Museum?
Avoid crowds by visiting on weekends and weekdays early in the morning. The museum also hosts special temporary exhibits and activities throughout the year that draw crowds. Come during these fantastic events if you can handle the crowds.
How long is a Ferrari Museum tour?
For a basic experience, inclusive of a guided tour and time with the simulator, 2.5 hours are good enough at the Maranello Ferrari Museum. On the other hand, it takes 3-4 hours to see everything, including the gift shop, factory, and other activities.
Where is the Ferrari Museum located?
The Ferrari Museum is located in Maranello, Ferrari's hometown, which is just about 300 meters from the factory in nearby Modena, Italy. The precise address of Museo Ferrari Maranello is Via Alfredo Dino Ferrari, 43, 41053 Maranello, MO.
How do I get to Ferrari Museum?
The Ferrari Museum is located in Maranello. You can access this town by personal vehicle, taxi, and bus. If you opt to take a bus, lines 639, 640, 820, 800, and 815 should get you there. The closest bus stop is Maranello Scuole, 5 mins away from the museum. 
Can I take the metro/train to Ferrari Museum?
Since Maranello lacks its own train station, visitors need to travel roughly 18 kilometers to Modena, which is on the Milan–Bologna route. A more direct route to Maranello - Ferrari would be to take the train to Modena, walk to Piazza Risorgimento, then board bus line 800.
Can I take the bus to Ferrari Museum?
Yes, you can take a bus to reach the Ferrari Museum. Simply take one of the bus lines 639, 640, 820, 800, or 815.
How long does it take to get from Milan to Ferrari Museum?
It takes around 3 hours and 8 minutes to go from Milan to the Museo Ferrari.
Is Ferrari Museum wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the Ferrari Museum is not only wheelchair accessible, but entry is also free for visitors with disabilities. Folding wheelchairs are available for use at the venue as well.
Is a storage facility available at Ferrari Museum?
Heavy items like strollers may be stored in a separate, monitored area. Metal lockers and locks are available for guests to store their belongings.
Is photography permitted at Ferrari Museum?
Taking pictures or videos is permitted, but only for your own personal use. You need authorization in advance for any kind of print usage.
Are outside food and drinks permitted inside Ferrari Museum?
No, outside food and drinks are not allowed inside the Ferrari Museum.
What are my dining options at Ferrari Museum?
The Ferrari Museum Cafe is available on-site and offers everything from light snacks and coffee to lunch and dinner.
Are return transfers included in my Ferrari Museum tickets?
No, return transfers are not included in the Ferrari Museum tickets.
Is there a dress code to visit Ferrari Museum?
There is no strict dress code in the Maranello Ferrari Museum, but smart casuals are recommended.

What to See at Ferrari Museum?

Visit the Ferrari Museum to explore and learn about the brand's history and evolution via a variety of exhibitions, from historic and current Ferrari automobiles to interactive displays and multimedia shows.

Panoramic Tour

The tour is a guided walk around the museum that explains the history and significance of the Ferrari name. The trip includes stops at the museums, which include both vintage and cutting-edge Ferrari automobiles in addition to interactive displays and multimedia shows. The trip also takes guests to the Ferrari shop and R&D facility, where they can learn about the latest developments at the firm and purchase Ferrari merchandise.

Scuderia Ferrari

The Museo Ferrari in Maranello is home to a special exhibition devoted to the success and history of the Scuderia Ferrari racing team. Visitors to the Scuderia Ferrari museum may do more than just look at artifacts; they can actually engage with them via VR and simulators that put them in the driver's seat.

Supercars - The evolution of uniqueness

The Ferrari supercars on display at this unique exhibition span from vintage models to cutting-edge hypercars. Ferrari's supercars have become some of the most coveted and rare vehicles in the world due in large part to their innovative design and cutting-edge engineering, both of which are highlighted in the display.

Hall of Victories 

The Hall of Victories is a featured display honoring the racing victories of the Ferrari team at the Museo Ferrari in Maranello, Italy. The display showcases a variety of championship-winning racecars, from Formula 1 machines to sports cars and prototypes. The display also features mementos such as trophies and photographs that celebrate the team's many championships.

Top Attractions to See in and around Maranello

Apart from being the birthplace of Ferrari, Maranello houses various attractions that you can explore. You can take a ride in the countryside or go shopping. Recommended activities include:

Racing at Maranello

Experience the Italian countryside at the wheel of a Ferrari 488 Spider or 458 Italia under the guidance of your teacher. With open roads for miles, you can go from 0 to 100 Kmph within a few seconds and run as fast as you want! Get tickets for the Racing at Maranello here.

Arena di Verona Opera

Arena di Verona, a historic amphitheater, is one of the Roman era's best-preserved amphitheaters, and it's a sight to see thanks to its massive size and stunning design. The Verona Opera Festival, held every July, is the main reason people go to the Arena di Verona Opera these days. 

Parco Natura Viva

The wildlife park Parco Natura Viva has several species of birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. In addition to letting people see animals in their natural habitats, Parco Natura Viva has educational programs and hands-on displays. The park has a reputation for being committed to conservation because it works hard to save animals that are in danger of dying out. Learn more about the wildlife park with tickets to Parco Natura Viva.

Venice Gondola Rides

The classic Venetian watercraft, the gondola, is driven by the gondolier, who stands in the stern and utilizes a long oar to direct and push the boat. Gondola rides are a great opportunity to see Venice from a different perspective, as passengers glide silently down the water while passing by the city's famous architecture and attractions. Explore various Venice Gondola ride options here. 

Milan Hop-On Hop-Off tours

Hop-on hop-off excursions are a convenient and enjoyable way to see Milan, Italy's fashion capital, at your own leisure while riding in a spacious, air-conditioned open-top bus. You can enjoy the tour for 24-72 hours, depending on how much time you have and your budget with Milan tours.

 Ferrari Museum Tickets & Tour FAQs

Are Ferrari Museum tickets available online now?

Yes, you can book Ferrari tickets online at any time. Book in advance to get your preferred dates and time slots.

What are the different types of Ferrari Museum tickets and tours?

Yes, with Panoramic Shuttle Tour of Ferrari Track & Entrance to Ferrari Museum Maranello tickets, you can get a professional guide to assist you in English and Italian. The guided tour experience offers a more in-depth exploration of the museum as they tell you in detail about the history and significance of each display.

What are Ferrari Museum opening hours?

The basic entrance pass to the Ferrari Museum in Maranello costs €22.00 for guests over the age of 19. Students and visitors over 65 years can purchase tickets at reduced prices.

How do I get to Ferrari Museum?

You can reach the Ferrari Museum in Maranello by car or bus.
  • Car
    There is plenty of parking space at the museum. To get to Modena North from the A1 Milano-Napoli (Milan-Naples), use the Modena Nord exit. To get to Abetone-Sassuolo, go on the Tangenziale (Bypass) and head in that direction. Just keep going till you reach Maranello-Formigine. Drive 3 kilometers in the direction of Maranello after making a left turn onto the Strada Provinciale Giardini.
  • Bus
    Bus lines 639, 640, 820, 800, and 815 have the museum on their routes. The closest bus stop is Maranello Scuole, at a 5-minute walking distance. The museum is 6 minutes away from Maranello Ipsia and 9 minutes from Maranello Ferrari. 
  • Train
    Since Maranello lacks its own train station, visitors need to travel roughly 18 kilometers to Modena, which is on the Milan–Bologna route. A more direct route to Maranello-FFerrari would be to take the train to Modena, walk to Piazza Risorgimento, then board bus line 800.

What is the best time to visit the Ferrari Museum?

We suggest going on weekend mornings or during the weekdays. The museum is quite busy on weekends, especially in the afternoons.

Is Ferrari Museum wheelchair accessible?

The Ferrari Museum in Maranello is wheelchair accessible. You can also avail of folding wheelchairs, during the visit if needed. Additionally, entrance is free for people with disabilities.

Which Ferrari museum is best in Maranello?

There are two Ferrari Museums, the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena and the Ferrari Museum in Maranello. It is highly recommended that you visit the Ferrari Museum in Maranello. More Ferraris are on display, the museum's exhibits are more varied, and it's fun for those with varying degrees of interest in automobiles, from die-hard Ferrari aficionados to those with no background in the industry at all. Visit the Enzo Ferrari Museum if you like Ferrari cars and want to learn more about the man who started the company.

Is the Ferrari Museum worth visiting?

If you have any interest in Ferraris, racing, or the history of the Ferrari brand, a trip to the Ferrari Museum is a must. The Ferrari Museum, which features a broad variety of displays that highlight the company's history and its triumphs in racing and automotive engineering, is devoted to the evolution of the Ferrari brand. The museum's collection of vintage Ferrari vehicles, which includes many one-of-a-kind prototypes and racing cars, is one of its main attractions. The museum isn't just a collection of automobiles; it also has a variety of interactive exhibits and displays that shed light on the engineering that went into Ferrari's creations and the company's history of innovation.
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