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      12-21-2005, 05:11 PM   #1
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Ferrari Museum (Maranello, Modena, Italy).

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The last bunch plus Venice, Orvietto, 360 Modena, & Lamborghini Transport Truck... Enjoy!
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It looks like they added a bunch of ctuff since the last time I was there about 5 years back. When I went the 360 Modena had just come out. Looks way more interesting now then before!
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Yeh good question! LoL, Ferrari is probably one of thee most anal retentive companies i've ever come into contact w/, from the dealers to their N.A. Pres. Whom I had the oppurtunity to meet at a PR event for the Quattroporte six months before it went on sale, the dude never made ANY eye contact w/ me the whole time I was speaking w/ him, or anyone else attending the event for that matter. Trippers. Not only that but Ferrari is the only car make to charge you $100 dollars for a car brochure, INNNNNNNNSANE.
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Opening hours
The Galleria is open every day of the week, from Monday to Sunday, from 09.30 to 18.00
Prices
Full ticket: 12.00 euro
Children aged 6-10: 7.00 euro
Ferrari Club members, Students, over 65, company CRAL: 9.00 euro
Informations
Tel: +39 0536 943204 - Fax: +39 0536 949714 - E. mail: Galleria@ferrari.it
Address
via Dino Ferrari, 43 - 41053 Maranello (Mo)


http://www.galleria.ferrari.com/gall...nguage=ENGLISH
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It looks like they added a bunch of ctuff since the last time I was there about 5 years back. When I went the 360 Modena had just come out. Looks way more interesting now then before!
How the Galleria Ferrari was established
Inaugurated in February 1990, until 1995 the Galleria Ferrari was run by the Comune of Maranello, owners of the fixtures and fittings. The new wing of the Galleria that was opened in October 2004 took the total surface area from 1700m³ to 2500m³, further enriching the exhibition area with new spaces and services. Situated only a short distance from the Ferrari plant and the Fiorano circuit, the Galleria, though it remains the property of the Comune of Maranello, has been run directly by Ferrari since 1995. Today, more than ever, it is has become the place where Ferrari’s past, present and future is preserved, giving the visitor a fascinating insight into the history of the Prancing Horse.

What it includes
The Galleria, ideally, is divided into four areas, each capable of satisfying the expectations of competition fans and those passionate about classic cars. Here visitors will find Formula 1, themed exhibitions, technological innovations and photographic shows.

Objectives
Visits to the Galleria Ferrari are important not only for gaining an insight into the company’s history but also because the exhibits cover the important stages of the development of the automobile industry. In the 55 years of its existence, Ferrari has contributed extensively to these technological innovations and in improving safety measures.

Relations with the surrounding area
The company’s development has certainly contributed to the evolution of the surrounding area, one primarily engaged in agriculture. The realisation of a highly specialised and famous product has grown in line with Ferrari’s needs. The Galleria Ferrari, found some three hundred metres from the Ferrari factory, exercises a strong pull on the fans

(180,000 each year) and aids that the flow of tourists. This benefits Maranello as a whole and gives life to a number of cultural activities.

Visit itinerary
The visit begins in the space where the automobiles are on display. These are the cars that are part of Ferrari’s history and that have raced on circuits all around the world. They range from the single-seater in which Froilan Gonzalez won the marque’s first world championship at Silverstone in 1951 to the latest all-conquering F1 car used by Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello. A series of monitors and evocative images tell the story of the men, machines and moments that have contributed to the company’s glorious history. One showcase displays all the most important trophies collected in over fifty years of competition, including those held aloft by Schumacher on podiums around the globe. A faithful reconstruction of Enzo Ferrari’s office also graces the same hall as it was at the first Scuderia Ferrari HQ in Viale Trento Trieste, Modena.

The amphitheatre hosts themed exhibitions that change every six to eight months as well as two driving simulators set in real F1 cars for those who want to experience the thrill of getting behind the wheel of a single seater in a championship race.

On the upper floor is a space dedicated to technological innovation. This area hosts special vehicles like the F50 and the 550 Barchetta Pininfarina and other experimental models. Also found here is a representation of the galleria del vento with the F1 cars from 1981 to today that have undergone aerodynamic tests. A zone detailing how F1 technology is applied to roadgoing cars is another attraction. Completing the exhibits is a line up of all the Formula 1 engines employed since 1981.

It is surprising to see how the size and structure of the engines have evolved over time, from the small but complex V6 Turbo to the classic V12 and on to today’s light and compact V10. An absolute must is the exhibition of F1-type paddle gears invented by

Ferrari in 1989 and now used by all the teams. In this case too, the leap in technology is evident, from the use of new materials, metals and composites and how the on-board arrangement of certain parts is determined by the aerodynamic set up of the modern single seater.

Moving into the new exhibition hall on the first floor, directly above the entrance, one enters an area destined to host art and photography shows. Today the space is given over to the 156 ‘Shark Nose’ from 1961, the model that Phil Hill took to the world title. The 196 and the 268 SP can also been seen close up. A model of the F430, reflecting the design of the Shark Nose, and an F2003-GA, from which the F430 is largely inspired, share the same exhibition area. One interesting feature is found in the glass display on the west wall: a series of Ferrari steering wheels that range from the wooden versions used in the 1950s to the computerised models employed today.

The visit ends heading back downstairs to the entrance area where the Ferrari Shop is situated. The shop is a branch of the larger Ferrari Store to be found opposite Ferrari’s main historic entrance in Via Abetone. Also here is a bookstore where it is possible to purchase all Ferrari’s publications. Further, there is a photo point where the visit can be captured on film and also a pleasant cafeteria.

Bibliography
Ferrari 1947-1997: il Libro Ufficiale - Editore Giorgio Nada
Annuario Ufficiale Ferrari, published from 1948 to 1970 and from 1989 to 2004

http://www.galleria.ferrari.com/gall...nguage=ENGLISH
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Where is the Museum? I was in Italy just last month. I went to Floren, Piza and Venice. Don't tell me I missed it =(
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the only thing "ONLY" thing i dislike about ferrari is the damn shifter, how freak'n unnatural. I think now they just do it because of Tradition and because it's a trademark, but come on!
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Where is the Museum? I was in Italy just last month. I went to Floren, Piza and Venice. Don't tell me I missed it =(
Maranello - All routes

Description of route from Milan Description of route from Bologna/Florence/Rome


From the A1 autostrada Milano-Napoli, heading for Bologna, take the Modena Nord exit, getting on the Tangenziale signposted for Abetone-Sassuolo. Follow signs for Maranello-Formigine. Turn to the left and take the provincial Giardini road for 3 km.

From the A1 autostrada Milano-Napoli heading for Milano, take the Modena Sud exit, join the state road SS632 for 1 km. Turn to the left and stay on the provincial road Sp 16 for 15 km. Turn right and continue for 3 km.

The Galleria Ferrari is situated near the central factory of Ferrari in Maranello (Modena), via Abetone Inferiore , at the site of the entrance of the Fiorano Track, as well as at the entrance of the Gestione Sportiva.

http://www.galleria.ferrari.com/gall...nguage=ENGLISH
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Cool. Reminds me of a trip I did to Maranello with a friend. The flight cost 1p and we went for the day. We dropped by the Pagani factory and saw Horacio Pagani doing a photo shoot of some Zonda luggage... (pics)
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Opening hours
The Galleria is open every day of the week, from Monday to Sunday, from 09.30 to 18.00
Prices
Full ticket: 12.00 euro
Children aged 6-10: 7.00 euro
Ferrari Club members, Students, over 65, company CRAL: 9.00 euro
Informations
Tel: +39 0536 943204 - Fax: +39 0536 949714 - E. mail: Galleria@ferrari.it
Address
via Dino Ferrari, 43 - 41053 Maranello (Mo)


http://www.galleria.ferrari.com/gall...nguage=ENGLISH
Thanks for the information.
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