Located at the Ducati factory headquarters, the 1,000 sq/mt Ducati Museum highlights 50 years of racetrack heritage. The Museum has preserved over half a century of Ducati racing history and also the history of the company (before it produced motorcycles) founded by the Ducati brothers in 1926.
The Ferrari Museum in Maranello provides visitors with an experience that allows them to discover the history of the Group, of Scuderia Ferrari in Formula 1 and of the most iconic track and road cars that have written the history of the Prancing Horse, and continue to do so today.
This museum, which occupies four rooms at a local castle was opened in 1991. There are hand pumps from the 18th century, in the 2nd and 3rd room a lot of fire engines, amphibious vehicles and fire trucks. In the fourth room there are uniforms, helmets and a helicopter from 1956.
Come and see the Pininfarina Collection: a journey in the history of our Company, from 1930 until now, described through a selection of the most fascinating and innovative cars and prototypes realized in more than 79 years of activity.
The foundation was created in January 1982 by the descendants of the Lyon manufacturer Marius Berliet and Renault Véhicules Industriels and was recognised as being in the public interest at the time of its creation.
Philippe Charbonneaux, a respected automotive designer set up this collection in the enclosure of a former metallic workshop factory, with a surface of more than 4000 square metre in the 1980s. Following the death of Mr Charbonneaux, the S.C.A.R. association took over the museum, which now houses over 200 cars.