Opened in 1990, the Museo Ferrari in Maranello exceeded the outright record of 250,000 visitors in 2012. It offers the ideal journey through the history of the company, displaying the most significant cars from the past, all the way through to the road going cars of today and technological content relating to Formula One. Apart from the section used for the permanent displays, there are areas periodically used for new and important exhibitions dedicated to current events and great moments from Ferrari’s history. From May 2013, the Museum is being extended with a new wing measuring over a thousand square metres, providing further display space and a hall given over to educational activities for school children, a semi-professional F1 simulator and specific area for events, conventions and private and exclusive lunches and dinners.
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