Birthplace of the legend

The Museum
The Museum

The MEF is not just a museum but an enthralling and exhilarating experience, thanks to a mix of unique ingredients. In the futuristic 2,500-square-metre-plus pavilion, visitors not only get to admire the cars on display but also enjoy an captivating immersive video experience that tells the magical story of Enzo Ferrari’s nine decades, spanning his childhood, his discovery of racing at the start of the 20th century, his years as driver, as the brain behind the Scuderia and then as a constructor and the triumphs that brought. 


In addition to that incredibly moving experience, Enzo’s father’s former workshop has been meticulously restored. The area is divided into five sections: smaller 1 to 6-cylinders, classic 12-cylinders, 8-cylinders, turbos, and, lastly, Formula 1 engines.
Birthplace of Enzo
Birthplace of Enzo

Some of the rooms in the house in which Enzo Ferrari was born in 1898 are open to visitors as is a cinema theatre, a chic restaurant and a Store. Visitors that also want to take in the Ferrari Museum in Maranello can avail of our special shuttle service which runs at regular intervals from the Museo Enzo Ferrari car park right throughout the day.

To allow you share your experience of the living the Ferrari dream with your friends, the Museo invites you to post photographs and selfies of your time with us using the #MuseiFerrariExperience hashtag @MuseiFerrari.
World Class Architecture
World Class Architecture

The MEF was the last major project by the gifted architect Jan Kaplicky of the London-based studio, Future Systems. 

The huge pavilion, which features a slew of innovative sustainable solutions, soars above a massive 5,000 square metres of exhibition space unfettered by columns or other encumbrances. Anyone that steps inside is immediately immersed in a temple to cars and their story as even the architecture of the building itself inspired by the bonnets of the racing cars of the 1950s. 

Every 50 minutes, this totally unique, pristine-white space is transformed into a wraparound projection room as images of the people that made Ferrari and Ferrari’s history itself rush by on its walls and ceilings.
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