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Modena: Discover Ferrari Museum & Pavarotti land
50 USD
Secure your admission to the iconic Ferrari Museum in Maranello, dedicated to the legendary Italian luxury sports car brand, and the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, which celebrates the life and achievements of the founder. Next, delve into the fascinating world of opera at the Luciano Pavarotti Museum, also in Modena, where you'll uncover the remarkable story of the world-renowned tenor's life and career.
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Unlock the secrets of Italy's iconic car brand and opera legend with a 3-in-1 combo ticket to the Maranello Ferrari Museum, Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, and the Luciano Pavarotti House Museum in Modena. Start your adventure in Maranello, the birthplace of Ferrari, where you'll soak up the unique atmosphere of this motor valley. Marvel at the impressive exhibitions showcasing Ferrari's rich history and innovations. The museum is divided into two parts - a permanent and a temporary section - featuring a stunning gallery of the Prancing Horse's greatest achievements, including its Formula 1 World Champions from 1999 to the present. Next, head to Modena to explore the futuristic Enzo Ferrari Museum, a bold, yellow structure reminiscent of a car hood. Inside, you'll find a vast hall hosting temporary exhibitions and a mini cinema screening films about Enzo Ferrari's life and legacy. Delve deeper into the world of Ferrari engines, exploring five dedicated sectors that showcase the evolution of Ferrari's engine technology over the decades, from low-displacement engines to the mighty Formula 1 powerplants. Step into the beautifully restored workshop where Enzo's father once worked, and browse the museum's shop and bookstore, stocked with official Ferrari gear and publications. Finally, enter the enchanting Luciano Pavarotti House Museum, nestled in the picturesque Modena countryside. This is where the legendary opera singer spent the final years of his life. Wander through the beautifully preserved home, surrounded by Pavarotti's cherished possessions and memories of his time with family, friends, and the students he mentored.