There are actually 2 Ferrari museums, a few kilometers apart: the Enzo Ferrari Museum located in Modena, the birthplace of the Commendatore, and the Ferrari Maranello Museum, located near the Ferrari factory. It is also possible to buy a pass combining the 2 museums (see Prices section). The Enzo Ferrari Museum traces the history of the driver and the founder of the eponymous firm. It is housed in a building designed by architect Jan Kaplicky, with architecture inspired by the hoods of 1950s racing cars, built next to the Commendatore’s birthplace.

The cars of the Enzo Ferrari Museum

The most beautiful creations of the brand under the direction of Enzo Ferrari are on display, as well as many racing cars, Sport-proto, GT and F1. Several V12s, the Ferrait engine par excellence, are also presented to the public. Part of the exhibition is also devoted to some unique models customized by Ferrari for Gianni Agnelli: 166MM, 212 Inter, 400 Superamerica, Testarossa Spider, F40…

Besides cars

Enzo Ferrari’s life is traced through a rich iconography and numerous video documents, from his career as a driver, then as team director to the creation and development of Ferrari. Several rooms of the birthplace are accessible to the public.

Practical information



April to Septemberfrom 9.30 to 19.00
October to Marchfrom 10.00 to 18.00
Closed on December 25th and January 1st


Adults (over 19 years old)17,00€
Students and Seniors (over 65 years old)15,00€
Youth (under 19 years old)7,00€
Children (under 5 years old) and PRMFree

Pass Museums Ferrari Maranello and Modena

Adults (over 19 years old)24,00€
Youth (under 19 years old)10,00€

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