There's no debating that Lamborghini cars have a unique look. While this appearance can be polarizing in the community of car enthusiasts, there's little doubt that the company has earned a lot of fans over the years. Some of the cars the company has manufactured have obtained legend status and are very difficult to come across on the street or even at exotic car shows. For the fans of the car manufacturer, there's one place that offers the rare opportunity to see these legends of speed - Automobili Lamborghini Museum.
Opened in 2001, the Lamborghini Museum is situated in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Emilia-Romagna, and provides fans of the famous Italian car brand the opportunity to explore its incredible lineage of automobiles. The museum has made it a focus to display the many milestones of Lamborghini. This makes a visit to the museum an extraordinary delight for car buffs.
In addition to the Museum, Sant’Agata Bolognese, is home to Lamborghini’s headquarters. Although the Italian town is located over two hours from one of Italy’s major cities, Milan, there is no better place for the museum. Visitors who want to explore the car brand’s past shouldn’t miss the chance to tour the famous automaker’s museum.
The exclusive tours take place after the museum closes as guests are given an up close and personal look at all things Lamborghini. Some of Lamborghini’s most famous models are on display at the museum. These famed models include Murcielago, Miura, Countach, Sesto Elemento, and Diablo. Visitors can also see a Urus model on display.
Did you know?
The museum houses many older cars that came directly from Ferruccio Lamborghini’s personal collection.
One of the fascinating features of the museum is the MUDETEC exhibit, which became part of the museum when it was recently renovated. What is MUDETEC? It is the Museum of Technologies and it lets the innovation of Lamborghini’s car lineage tell the company’s story. The exhibit is interactive and visitors can access information at the touch of a button. MUDETEC’s education focus has led to a variety of temporary exhibits to be on display throughout the year.
Of course, the best part about the museum is seeing the amazing cars.
- A tour of the production line.
- The chance to explore MUDETEC and to learn about the company’s innovations.
- The 350 GT car on display.
- The clutch disc that started the feud between Lamborghini and Ferrari.
Lamborghini has been one of the biggest sports carmakers since it debuted in 1964. The company’s museum gives guests the chance to see where it all began and how Lamborghini has changed over the decades. It is truly a museum to see for any petrol head or history buff traveling through Italy.