The home of the “Prancing Horse”
In Maranello, in the heart of Emilia Romagna, Formula One fans are sure to love a fascinating trip to the Ferrari Museum. Amid historic cars, trophies and memorabilia of the much-loved “Rossa”, you can immerse yourself in the success of Enzo Ferrari and the legend that is the “Prancing Horse”.
The museum is divided into four thematic areas, dedicated to Formula One, sports cars, sports prototypes and grand tourers.
Designed in the 1980s and opened in 1990, the Ferrari Museum covers an area of 2,500 metres, featuring the “Hall of Victories”, with the winning single seaters of the Formula One World Championships from 1999 to 2008, as well as educational workshops, including the Red Campus, which is perfect for the youngest visitors. It also boasts driving simulators, original drivers’ helmets, private collections, photos and objects that make up Ferrari’s history.
Don’t miss the cinema hall, where Formula One footage is shown on loop, and the reconstruction of Enzo Ferrari’s office, the creative place that gave birth to the world’s most famous Italian car manufacturer.