Visiting the Ferrari Gallery in Maranello Italy

Are you going on holiday to Italy? Do you want to visit the world famous Ferrari gallery and factory in Maranello Italy? Our guide to the Ferrari gallery in Italy gives you the facts & information you’ll want to know.

The Ferrari Gallery in Maranello Italy

Maranello is a small town located in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. The town is dominated by the international reputation of the Ferrari factory and gallery that are located here, and to which thousands of visitors from all over the world flock every year to catch a glimpse of these world famous cars.

How to get to the Ferrari gallery in Maranello Italy

The address for the Ferrari gallery in Maranello is via Dino Ferrari, 43 – 41053 Maranello. If you are coming by taxi just tell the driver and they will know where it is. If you are driving from Milan, then head along the A1 motorway until you reach Modena. Maranello is about 20km south of Modena along the SS486. If you are driving from the opposite direction then take the South Modena exit just before you reach the town centre of Modena. Then head along the SP16 until you get to Maranello.

When to visit the Ferrari gallery in Maranello Italy

The Ferrari gallery in Maranello is open 7 days a week from 9.30 am until 6pm. During the summer season when the number of tourists in Italy increases, the opening hours at the Ferrari gallery are extended by one hour in the evening, so closing time is at 7pm.

Admission costs for the Ferrari gallery in Maranello Italy

The price of an admission ticket to the Ferrari gallery in Maranello depends on a couple of factors. If you are an adult and not a member of the Ferrari club then admission costs €12. Ferrari club members can enter the gallery for a discount of €2, while children gain admission for €8.

Inside the Ferrari gallery in Maranello

The Ferrari gallery in Maranello has the most extensive collection of Ferrari motor cars in the world. There are cars in the Ferrari gallery that date back to the 1960’s and would fetch hundreds of thousands of pounds if they were sold.  In addition there is also a whole host of memorabilia from the F1 championships in which Ferrari have been so successful over the years.

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dino says:

Top notch review here! Recently visited myself with my wifes dad who has a GTO, so we got into the factory as well! amazing day, memories forever! FERRARI! enzo and dino I love!

See me pics here:-

http://www.theitalianj0b.eu:/wordpress/2011/09/the-home-of-ferrari-maranello/