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Museo Casa Ezno Ferrari (Enzo Ferrari's Birthplace Museum) includes the restored house where he was born and a new futuristic automotive design gallery with a yellow cover, designed by the architect Jan Kaplický. It is located in Modena; the...more
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Via Paolo Ferrari 85 | Parcheggio video-sorvegliato Via Giuseppe Soli, 101, 41121, Modena, Italy
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Awesome museum. Plenty of vintage cars to look at with the history chronicled in a first class format. Italian opera playing while your in the main museum. You also get to see Enzo’s office and the house he lived in til he was 19. Beautiful...More
My husband and I visited the Ferrari Museum in Modena, Italy last week. There is a display with many Ferrari's and a black and white movie showing the history of Enzo and his cars. The background is singing by Luciano Pavarotti, also a native of...More
The museum here is lovely and had great exhibits but they were a bit limited. If you really want a full picture you should get the combo ticket and also go to the bigger museum in Maranello.
Also, the simulated is a separate ticket you...More
An interesting museum that highlights an unusual aspect of Modena ... it's place as a birthplace of great automobiles and they have great vinegar too.
My wife and I had a nice lunch at the Museum's restaurant and enjoyed the display of engines and cars....More
The museum is an easy 10 minute walk from the train station so makes for a good trip from Bologna. The museum is expensive at 16 euros each, but is interesting and well maintained. We spent about an hour and a half on our visit....More
The Museum consists of two parts, The former workshop which had several engines and TV Screens showing how certain bits worked and parts of Enzo Ferrari's life and the big hall with around 15 cars in with display cabinets around the outside with various artifacts....More
I visited with my husband and was in 2 minds as to whether I would enjoy it. I can honestly say it was fantastic.
The cars on display are shown with the history associated including the royalty, actors or popstars who also favour Ferrari.
The museum is in the centre of Modena (not far from the giant Maserati building). It has two parts - you can check out the mechanical glory of the Ferrari engine in Enzo’s old house. Then in the main gallery the cars - there was...More
Visited here for my son's birthday.
What a place!
Very efficiently organised. Some amazing models on display. Next door to the museum is Enzos first home, he sold the house to fund the ferrari business and the rest, they say is history.
For mechanics there...More
By visiting my area a F1 fan shouldn't forget to pay a visit to both Ferrari museums
in Modena and Maranello ( just in front of the Ferrari factory).You will experience
a self-made man who competed during all his life against the most powerfull international...More