The one dedicated to Enzo Ferrari is not just a museum, but an enthralling and exciting show where unique ingredients are mixed together. In the futuristic pavilion of over 2,500 square metres, in addition to admiring the cars on display, you can watch a show that tells the magical story of Enzo Ferrari's 90 years of life through a captivating film.
From the child, who discovered racing at the beginning of the 20th century, to the driver, from the Scuderia animator to the constructor and his triumphs.
This plunge into emotion is complemented by the Ferrari Motor Museum in the workshop of Enzo's father, now perfectly restored. A story within a story that emphasises the uniqueness of Ferrari.
On Friday 12, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 May, the Museo Enzo Ferrari di Modena (MEF) will be open from 9.30 a.m. until 7 p.m. and the entrance ticket will include a small gift related to the "Game Changer" exhibition for all visitors. During the three days, it will also be possible to take advantage of free guided tours, subject to availability, at the following times: 10 a.m.; 3 p.m. in Italian and 11 a.m.; 4 p.m. in English.
The Motor Valley Fest will also see the launch of the "Inclusiveness Project", which envisages a series of services aimed at people with disabilities: remote virtual visits to allow people with motor disabilities to visit the museum directly from home by autonomously guiding a robotic device equipped with an audio-video system (subject to availability) and free guided tours in sign language - LIS (subject to availability) will be organised at 10.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m.
In the forecourt in front of the entrance to the MEF, a number of Ferraris in the range will be on display, including the cars unveiled in 2022, namely the Ferrari Purosangue and the 296 GTS. Inside the museum, for the duration of the Fest, there will be an exhibition dedicated to the memory of Mauro Forghieri, one of the most significant figures in the history of Ferrari.
Enzo Ferrari's Birthplace will also be the location of an enthralling itinerary that tells the story of what Ferrari has always considered the most important part of each of its cars: the engine. An exhibition space that traces a selection of the most significant engines, with three main areas dedicated to these categories: that of the classic 12-cylinder engines; that of the V8 engines and, finally, that of the Formula 1 engines. An exemplary Ferrari car for each type of engine will also be on display in each of the three areas.
Museum visitors will also be able to take advantage of the free return shuttle bus to Maranello, subject to availability, to complete their visit to the Ferrari Museum. For families with children up to the age of 12, a treasure hunt on the theme of the current exhibitions at the museum will be dedicated as a free activity.