Enzo Ferrari Museum, Modena

In the futuristic 2,500-square-metre-plus pavilion, visitors get to admire the cars on display and also enjoy a captivating immersive video experience that tells the magical story of Enzo Ferrari’s life. In addition to this, Enzo’s father’s former workshop has been meticulously restored. It now houses the Ferrari Museum of Engines which also includes a photography gallery with images of Enzo Ferrari at various stages of his life. The Museum is fully accessible to disabled visitors and folding wheelchairs are also available. A changing table is available for infants. There is also special supervised storage for strollers and there is a free visitor car park inside the Museo courtyard at via Giuseppe Soli 101.


Recommended by:

Jane Mitchell




Contact Details:

Via Paolo Ferrari 85, 41121 Modena / https://musei.ferrari.com/en/modena



MumAbroad
info@mumabroad.com
1Comment
  • Jane Mitchell
    Posted at 10:52h, 16 April Reply

    We had a great time here – myself and 3 boys aged 8-11. I am not interested in cars at all but really enjoyed the experience. We travelled by train from Parma to Modena and then it was a 5 minute walk from the train station. The 2 main buildings are a wonderful mix of traditional and futuristic architecture. There were about 20 immaculate cars in the huge exhibition space along with plenty of information in Italian and English and a timeline of important historical events that happened during Enzo Ferrari’s lifetime. Interactive screens where you had to match famous people with their cars kept us busy for a while. You can buy sandwiches in the cafe but we decided to eat in the restaurant which was a little over priced but the food was good and we had an extremely friendly waiter who was very chatty with the boys.

Post A Comment