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Museo Casa Ezno Ferrari (Enzo Ferrari's Birthplace Museum) includes the restored house where he was born and a new futuristic automotive design gallery with a yellow cover, designed by the architect Jan Kaplický. It is located in Modena; the...more
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Via Paolo Ferrari 85 | Parcheggio video-sorvegliato Via Giuseppe Soli, 101, 41121, Modena, Italy
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This is the smaller of the museums but also a must since there are different cars, very classic on display. The display had changed since the last time I visited 8 months ago which was good to experience.
Cool museum in Modena. If you love Ferraris or cars, it would be a must see. Personally, I’m not a big car fan, but my husband is, and he loved it! Cool building, and fun history to learn about beautiful cars.
No need to buy...More
Involving, informative and at times moving the Museo is relatively small but can be very absorbing. The hall is well laid out to take a decent number of visitors but it is best when there are only a few. The cafe was ok.
Beware visitors the staff don’t know where the shuttle bus picks up. It’s not the seats but by the main gate we missed our bus and couldn’t go to Maranello. They did refund us after raised voices. If this is how they organise pit stops...More
A fun little day trip from Bologna. Even if you are not a Ferrari enthusiast,it is still a lovely museum to visit. We were pleasantly suprised when they suddenly dimmed the lights and a short film was projected on one of the walls of the...More
The museum is small. Unless you are a true enthusiast it can be seen within 20 mins...and then you're done. Might be more worthwhile if you're doing the Maranello tour, but not really exciting on its own.
This museum is a fun experience even for non-Ferrari fans and clearly a sanctuary for fans. Awesome car selection to marvel at, including a formula 1 car and a whole building dedicated to Ferrari engines. The ticket price at 16 euros is definitely expensive compared...More
1. It's expensive for what you see: A row of Ferrari motors, some pretty vintage cars, and a couple of newer ones, including one like Beyonce bought years ago. (Yawn)
2. The "movie" is of horrible quality. Basically, it's comprised of still shots of the...More
Spent the day on a trip to both Ferrari museums. This was definitely the favourite by all in the group. The old house and workshop being the highlight for us. The engines, from single cylinder to v12 and F1 engines are on display in groups,...More
Don't miss this gem thinking it is just another Ferrari museum. It offers a much more personal view on the history of the man and the Ferrari crowd. For those interested there are long glass cases detailing the history of car racing in and around...More