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.
Open daily Monday to Sunday. Wednesday closed.
Opening hours: from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Last entry: 30 minutes before closing time
In 2016, for Ducati’s 90th anniversary, the Ducati museum was completely renovated, with new exhibitions. Opened in July for WDW2016 participants, the museum was officially inaugurated on September 23rd.
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? From 1 April to 7 October, one Saturday every month for groups of a maximum of 12 people. For each date there will be one tour in Italian and one in English. More information on selected days and tour times can be found on the dedicated page of the Ducati website
Engineer, inventor and designer, over the course of his thirty-year career he authored over a thousand projects, including the trellis frame, the “L” engine and the desmodromic system with which he inextricably linked his name to Ducati. We are talking about Fabio Taglioni, born September 10, 1920 in Santa Maria in Fabriago, a fraction of Lugo di Romagna.