Exclusive guided tours are available on request in the following languages: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Arabic.
Duration: 60 minutes
Recommended max. no. in group: 25/30
Price: €150 + Museum ticket
Visits can also be organised outside of regular Museum opening hours and tailored to clients’ specific requests. A welcome coffee can be provided at the start of the visit as well as refreshments at the end in a dedicated area of the café. For information on the service, please email: email@example.com
Tailored visitor services
A range of exclusive visitor services for both individuals and group can be booked for the Ferrari Museum and is available even during normal opening hours. To find out more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A changing table is available for infants. There is also special supervised storage for strollers.
The Museum is fully accessible to disabled visitors and folding wheelchairs are also available.
Visitors may leave their luggage and other bags in special metal lockers with locks.
There is a bike rack on museum property.
There is plenty of parking in the area around the Museum, some free of charge and other disc parking. For visitors’ convenience, there is also a paid 24-hour car park just a stone’s throw from the Museum. It does not have security staff but there are security surveillance cameras: Ferrari Car Park – Via Dino Ferrari 63 – 41053 Maranello (MO) – Tel. +39 335 6422943.
The Ferrari Museum has discounted ticket agreements with various car, sports, tourism and business-related Associations and Clubs as well as with other car museums. To avail of the special offers these entail, visitors must show their membership card of the relevant club or association for the current year at the Museum ticket office.
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Special discounted tickets covering visits to both the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena and the Ferrari Museum in Maranello because the message and impact of both museums are absolutely complementary.