Lamborghini Museum Visit
Lamborghini Museum Visit

Lamborghini Museum Visit


Visit the official Lamborghini Museum to admire the most representative models of this legendary automobile company.

The Lamborghini Museum, one of the most popular museums for cars in the world, is another great visit included in our Dream Cars trips, which allow you to live the myth of the best Italian cars brands, Ferrari, Pagani and Lamborghini, through visits to their museums and factories and test drives on road and track!

The exclusive two-storey Lamborghini Museum, inaugurated in 2001, is located inside the Lamborghini complex, in the village of Sant’Agata Bolognese, outside Bologna, Italy.

In addition to the Museum, the complex includes several other facilities: Lamborghini’s company headquarters, the Lamborghini Factory, a prototyping center, a lightweight construction center, the Lamborghini Store.

Displayed on both floors of the Museum are the cars that have made Lamborghini history from the Sixties to the present.

A number of incredible collectors’ cars, polished to a gleaming shine, are on display.

The ranges in the rotating exhibition include vintage cars, race cars and concept cars: 350 GT (in 1963), Diablo, Miura (in 1966), Countach (in 1973), Espada, F1 single-seaters, Gallardo, Murciélago, Sesto Elemento, Reventón (a concept car of which only 20 models were built) and the latest Huracán and Aventador.

You will also admire Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 1st production car, the 1963 350 GT, and his legendary Countach. Most of the cars on display come from the company’s founder’s personal collection.

The Lamborghini Museum’s first floor has Lamborghinis from several different decades lined up nose-to-tail along the walls as well as several others set apart from the rows of cars.

On the second floor of the museum, you’ll find some of the race cars Lamborghini made during the 1980s and 1990s, some of the company’s concept cars, and a big window that gives you a peek onto the factory floor.

To narrate the history of the company, the museum has many old photographs which illustrate its evolution.

Other items on display are a number of Formula One vehicles, speed boats powered by Lamborghini marine engines, military vehicles, and other interesting models from all over the world.

All of them help provide visitors with a complete overview of the history of this automotive saga.

Finish your visit at the official Lamborghini Store, where you will be able to buy your Lamborghini merchandise.

Lamborghini was the first Italian luxury car brand to offer an indoor view of its museum, through Google Street View. If you can’t travel there, the Lamborghini virtual tour will allow you to peek inside the Museum and get a 360-degree tour of the museum through your browser.

But if you can travel, and you are a supercar fan, this is a must-see place.

Both the Lamborghini Museum and the Lamborghini Factory (which is usually charged extra, not included in price of the visit to the Museum) are included at a special rate in our following tours:

Our visit to the Lamborghini Museum will allow you to discover the world’s wildest and rarest super cars, escorted by an official Lamborghini factory guide, and also to visit the production lines to see how every detail of a Lamborghini is made by hand.


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