Car enthusiasts will be enthralled by this impressive 6,000-square-metre gallery housing some of the rarest and most noteworthy models of Ferrari.
The museum itself is topped by a car bonnet-inspired roof in bright yellow, which stands out against the Modena skyline.
Inside, exhibits focus on the life and work of Ferrari founder Enzo Ferrari, who died in 1988. You can also pay a visit to Enzo’s father’s former workshop, which has been lovingly restored. And of course, you’ll see a carefully chosen selection of Ferrari automobiles, old and new, as well as an interesting display of car motors.
To kill two iconic Italian birds with stone, you can purchase a €48 ‘Discover Ferrari and Pavarotti Land’ passport, which includes entry to both Ferrari Museums (this one and another in the nearby town of Maranello) as well as the Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti Museum.
January 2nd to March 30th
April 1st to October 31st
November 1st to December 31st
Entry to the Enzo Ferrari Museum
Via Paolo Ferrari