The Ferrari Museum in Maranello allows you to live the dream of the Prancing Horse first-hand: a unique and captivating journey through the cars that have made history around the world, both on the track and on the road.
The Enzo Ferrari Museum offers a unique and captivating museum experience that stretches all the way back to the authentic origins of the world's most famous brand. With its unmistakable yellow bonnet design silhouetted against the Modena skyline, it tells the story of Ferrari's founder as well as showcasing some of the most beautiful and successful cars of all time.
Have you ever wondered how one of the most famous cheeses in the world is made? Have you ever had the chance to visit a farm and experience every aspect of it? Hombre offers you the opportunity to learn about the production process behind Parmigiano Reggiano, one of our region's iconic products and an emblem of Emilian tradition.
But that's not all: Hombre also gives you the chance to visit a breathtaking private collection of vintage Maseratis. Another brand that is a source of great pride for Modena, as if Ferrari wasn’t enough!
There are many vinegar makers in the area that can organise guided tours in various languages and tasting sessions.
Balsamic vinegar of Modena is the best-known product worldwide, but very few of us know how this 'black gold' is actually obtained.
Don't miss the chance to organise your tour in the heart of the birthplace of this prestigious culinary product.
A character known around the world, but above all a great man.
With the aim of keeping the memory of the unforgettable Maestro's life and career alive, the Luciano Pavarotti Foundation created a permanent monument to his memory by transforming his Modena home – where he spent the last few years of his life and passed away – into a museum.
Located in Sant'Agata Bolognese, we can't leave out the museum dedicated to another legendary Motor Valley brand: Lamborghini.
The Lamborghini Museum has been updated and is now the Technology Museum, where fascinating history, iconic models and tours of the production lines tell the story of over fifty years of innovation that continue to drive Lamborghini on towards the future.
The museum, known as Mudetec, offers an interactive experience including a new driving simulator, which adds an extra thrill to exploring the cars on display. From the first visionary designs created by the brilliant Ferruccio Lamborghini, like the Miura and the Countach, to the most recent and exclusive supercars like the hybrid concept Asterion, the 'few-off' Centenario, the Huracán Performante and the Aventador SVJ.