The Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena is one of Italy’s most visited museums. It was opened in 1990 to tell the incredible story of the Ferrari brand and the people who made it what it is today.
The museum combines the entire experience of the legendary automobile house, which was accumulated by the Enzo Ferrari family. Talking about the facts from the life of the founder, each pavilion gradually reveals the history of the creation of the Ferrari brand, captivating visitors on a trip on the famous F1 cars, the legendary GT sports prototypes and, of course, road cars, which for many years have become the standard for the global automotive industry. The museum complex was built near the house in which Enzo himself was born in 1898 and includes a residential building, car workshops and a huge exhibition hall with an area of 5000 square meters, which displays an exhibition of iconic Ferrari cars. The entire space of the museum is divided into small thematic sections, designed for both avid racers and speed lovers, as well as for connoisseurs of classics.
In addition to the permanent exhibition, the first Ferrari 125 S model of 1947 is also presented here. The museum also provides an opportunity to visit a specially equipped circuit, where anyone can feel like a Formula 1 racer.
More information on the official website of the museum.