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Museum Experience

History and the future, challenge and success, the Ducati Museum is the place to live and breathe the legend of the Reds of Borgo Panigale. A temple that traces the 90 year-long history of Ducati, that celebrates style, the search for performance and the passion for racing.

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Open daily Monday to Sunday. Wednesday closed.

Opening hours: from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Last entry: 30 minutes before closing time

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The Ducati museum is designed to tell the story of the company through four different routes that guide the visitor from its origins to the present day. The «Ducati Moments», the origins, road bikes and competitions.

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Discovery Tour con Livio Lodi, Curatore del Museo Ducati

What is it? Thanks to the Discovery Tours, enthusiasts can explore the Ducati Museum while walking in the company of its curator, Livio Lodi, an expert and history enthusiast, and discover anecdotes and never-before-seen moments through an exciting narration.

When? one Saturday per month for groups of maximum 12 people. For each date there is a tour in Italian and one in English. More information on the dedicated page of the Ducati website.

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