O Museu da Ferrari…
A true receptacle of the Ferrari myth, the Company’s official museum in Maranello collects cars, images and trophies of Ferrari’s victories all over the world.
Who we are
A true custodian of the myth, the Galleria Ferrari of Maranello, the Company’s official exhibition, receives over 200,000 fans from all parts of the world every year.
It houses cars, images and trophies that have characterized the history of the brand and have been hugely successful on commercial markets and worldwide circuits.
This is one of the reasons why the Galleria Ferrari is not just a museum, that is a static collection of cars and objects, but a dynamic exhibition that is constantly renewed from time to time.
The Galleria is divided into theme areas, and each one is capable to meet the expectations of race fans and expert connoisseurs of vintage cars: Formula One, Sports and Sports-Prototype cars, the GT world.
One of the exhibition novelties introduced this year is the Hall of Victories, which celebrates the most recent successes of the Scuderia through an overview of the world champion racers from 1999 to 2008, together with over 110 trophies, a property of the museum, and the original helmets of the nine world champion drivers in the history of the Scuderia.
Additionally, the Galleria Ferrari Red Campus teaching laboratory is dedicated to the youths visiting the Galleria with their schoolmates or families.
This is an interactive space where the youths can expand, through exercises and simulations, the theme areas that make the Ferrari company a model of excellence, that is technological innovation, teamwork, style and design.
The laboratory is a part of the wider program called Galleria Ferrari Red Campus for schools, which consists of a series of teaching modules and guided tours focusing on three themes: Innovation, Team, and Emotion.
The exhibition of the Galleria is a discovery journey of Formula 1 racers, Grand Tourers and Sports-Prototypes that have made Prancing Horse history.
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viaHome page Museo Galleria Ferrari.