Ferrari Museum in Maranello – Photo Gallery

Galleria Ferrari is the official museum dedicated to the famed Italian marque, located in Ferrari’s home town of Maranello, Italy, seconds from the factory.

The exhibits are mostly a combination of Ferrari road and competition cars, with many of more iconic cars from throughout its history present. During our tour, vehicles on exhibition included a 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 B, 1954 Ferrari 375 Plus, 1959 Ferrari 400 Superamerica, 1971 Ferrari 512 M, plus the latest Ferrari offerings.

As expected, the tour places a strong emphasis on the Formula 1 success, complete with an abundance of championship-winning cars, on top of trophies, photographs and an interesting recreation of a Ferrari Grand Prix garage.

While cars are the centerpiece as they should be, part of the museum is devoted to Enzo Ferrari and the legend he produced, including pictures and memorabilia of Enzo’s office in via Trento Trieste – Modena. Additionally, there is a new Cavallino Cafeteria for food and refreshments, plus two F1 simulators and of course a shop to purchase the latest Ferrari gear.

Galleria Ferrari, located on Via Dino Ferrari in Maranello, Italy, first opened in February 1990, with a new wing being added in October 2004. The number of annual visitors to the museum is approximately 180,000. Hours of operation are 9:30am – 6:00pm; summer hours (May 1st – September 30th) are 9:30am – 7:00pm. Tickets are 13 Euros and they can be reached at +39 0536.943204 or galleria@ferrari.it.

For more information, visit www.galleria.ferrari.com.

Galleria Ferrari Picture Gallery

[Source: Wikipedia]

Comments

  1. Richard Davis says

    My wife & I visited the Galleria in early April of this year….we both really enjoyed our visit….the display of cars was truly mouthwatering.
    My favourites had to be the 250 California & David Piper’s 512…..the 512 particuylarly mad me almost go weak at the knees…..stuff of my childhood dreams.
    The parking lot was full of interesting cars & the model/memorabilia shops were worth visiting as well.
    The sounds of the Maseratis dashing around the back streets really bounced off the buildings….good stuff.
    Plenty of Ferraris on road test on the roads near Maranello as well.
    We then visited the Lamborghini Museum…..what a day for a colonial from Down Under.
    Ciao,
    Riccardo.

    • says

      Riccardo –

      We can also speak to the parking lot Galleria, as it was full of very interesting cars each time we visited. Attesting by our pictures, Piper’s 512 was clearly the one we wanted to take home…or to the track.

      SCD

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