From the 18th May 2020 onwards, the Ferrari museums will reopen its doors to the public in line with the Italian government regulations.
After operations stopped since 24th February in compliance with the Region of Emilia-Romagna’s emergency healthcare directives, the Ferrari Museum in Maranello and the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Medena are now ready to welcome visitors once again. A whole host of safety measures are put into place to protect the staff and visitors, as the visitors are able to enjoy the full experience of the “Ferrari at 24 Heures du Mans”, “Hypercars” and “Grand Tour” exhibitions.
Aside from those outlined in the recent Italian ministerial decree, both museums also introduced further measures specifically designed for their premises and inspired by Ferrari’s “Back on Track” programme.
At their entrances, all visitors will have their temperature checked. If the visitor is detected with higher than normal temperature, visitors are requires to reschedule their visit. Mask wearing in compulsory, except for children under the age of 6. Masks are provided free of charge by the Museum if visitors required. Horizontal floor markings help ensure social distancing rules are complied with.
To facilitate the limited numbers permitted in one location, it is possible to book visiting time slots and tickets can be purchased online through the museums’s sites.
Ferrari also making a further gesture of gratitude to frontline medical staff by offering healthecare workers free access to both museums for the rest of 2020 in addition to discounts for their family members for the same period.