Immerse yourself in the Ferrari story past and present, and top off the experience with a bit of time travel to the future too. The Maranello Museum tells the Ferrari story by delving deep into the Prancing Horse’s extraordinary roots and taking visitors on a magnificent journey via its most famous and successful F1 cars, legendary sports prototypes and GTs, and, of course, the road cars that have set the benchmark for the entire car industry.
For enthusiasts eager for an even more all-around experience, a regular shuttle bus link to the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena runs throughout the entire day, departing from the Ferrari Museum plaza in Maranello.
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Cars & Automotive: 51-100
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Address: Via Alfredo Dino Ferrari 43, 41053, Maranello, Italy, Europe
Coordinates: 44.5297334, 10.8614778
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