The Museum was conceived and founded by the entrepreneur Tonino Lamborghini to celebrate the genius of his father Ferruccio in the mechanics, engineering, and industrial design sectors. Inaugurated in 2014, the Museum houses all of the industrial production of the engineer honoris causa Ferruccio Lamborghini: from the first Carioca tractor with which he started his industrial group in 1947, moving on to the first track laying tractors, to the 70’s models; from the 350GTV prototype to the 400GT; from the Ferruccio’s own epic MiuraSV to the futuristic Countach; from the Jarama models to the Jalpa prototypes; from the Urraco to the Espada with seagull wing doors that inspired the car of the movie Back to the Future; the 11-time world champion Fast 45 Diablo Class 1 offshore boat 13,5 meters long with Lamborghini engines; an amazing working Lamborghini helicopter with dual controls; Lamborghini burners, heaters, and cooling systems; the famous “Barchetta” built by Ferruccio to compete in the Mille Miglia of 1948; the reconstruction of the first personal office of Ferruccio in Lamborghini Tractors with his personal effects; a space dedicated to other cars and motorcycles of the period during which Ferruccio was creating, but also belonging to the Lamborghini family or to the thousands of people who revolved around him. A few kilometers from downtown Bologna and in the center of the Motor Valley, the Museum is a space dedicated to the value of memory yet at the same time, forward looking toward innovation and challenge: a journey inside the legend who represents the excellence of Made in Italy. The Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum is held in a 9000mq Forum that includes a shop with books, accessories and several areas available for events and business meeting. The Museum is available for guided tours with highly qualified people who guide the visitors inside an expositive area that shows Ferruccio Lamborghini universe and official story. The guides focus the attention on the most important models that helped building the myth of the Bull, describing their design and distinctive technical characteristics. The Museum offers visitors of all ages the possibility to see in detail some special treasures that wrote the history of Italian automotive innovation and design.
From Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00-13:00/14:00-18:00
Sunday: 15:00 - 19:00