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Lamborghini

via Modena, 12 - 40019 Sant'Agata Bolognese (BO)

Phone +39 051 6817611

Fax +39 051 9597008

Date of last update: 25/08/2016, 16:36

The Lamborghini myth is strongly linked to the founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini, a strong, determined man. Ferruccio’s project, producing dream cars for enthusiasts the world over, took off in 1963. Before this date the company produced mainly tractors and burners, items in great demand in postwar Italy.

In 1963 the factory of Automobili Lamborghini di Sant’Agata Bolognese was built and its first mass-produced car was the 350 GT, which underwent various stages of evolution. In 1965 the time was ripe for the creation of the first masterpiece: the Miura, designed by Bertone, which was presented in 1966 at the Geneva Auto Salon and promoted as the fastest mass-produced car in existence.
The company then went through periods of alternating fortune, starting with the sale by its founder in 1972, but always continued to arouse the fantasy of car-lovers. In 1973 it presented the first Countach, which was to be produced in five versions, for a total of 1999 cars.

From 1989 to 1993, the manufacturer located at Sant’Agata experienced a brief but intense season in Formula 1, furnishing engines to the Larrousse, Lotus, Minardi, and Ligier teams and creating an entire single- seater that raced with the Modena Team in 1991.
In the meantime, in 1990, another legend entered production: the Diablo, which in its various versions was manufactured up to 2001.
Since 1998 Lamborghini has been a member of the Audi Group. Its most recent challengers are named Murciélago, Murciélago Roadster, Gallardo, Gallardo spyder.

In 2013 Lamborghini celebrates its 50 years in the Lamborghini 50th Anniversary Grand Tour, with the participation of more than 300 Lamborghini cars coming from all over the world.
In 2014 Lamborghini exhibits its new model Huracán at Geneve Motor Show. Tours of the Lamorghini Museum are available.

 

The Museum opened in 2001 in Sant'Agata Bolognese. It is considered as a sign of Lamborghini's continuous commitment to celebrate its cars and the interest of car lovers.



From the website www.motorvalley.it



from Bologna
by car – motorway A1 exit  following the road SP 568 (Persicetana) in the direction of S. Giovanni in Persiceto and continue to Sant'Agata Bolognese.
by bus – bus 576 direction Crevalcore, from “Bologna Autostazione” bus stop (close to Bologna Centrale railway station) to “S.Agata B. Chiesa Frati”(about 55 min). Lamborghini is 5 minutes by foot from bus stop. Info: www.tper.it

Museum tickets
Regular price: € 15.00 per person
Discounted price: € 12.00 per person (for students, senior citizens 65+, groups of more than 20, caregivers accompanying disabled persons)
Children (6-14 years): € 5.00
Free entry: for children under 6, disabled persons, teachers accompanying classes from educational institutions, drivers of buses carrying tour groups, tour guides and interpreters.
 
Museum tickets with guided tour
Minimum 8 participants - Reservations required
Regular price: € 20.00 per person
Discounted price: € 15.00 per person (for students, senior citizens 65+, groups of more than 20, caregivers accompanying disabled persons)
Children (6-14 years): € 10.00
Free entry: for children under 6, disabled persons, teachers accompanying classes from educational institutions, drivers of buses carrying tour groups, tour guides and interpreters.
 
Museum tickets  + Visit to the Factory (not available between August 1st and 22nd, 2016)
Reservations required - Not available for children under 6 and persons with mobility problems (access to wheelchair users is permitted).
Regular price: € 50.00 per person
Discounted price: € 40.00 per person (for students, senior citizens 65+, groups of more than 20, caregivers accompanying disabled persons)
Children (6-14 years): € 20.00
Free entry: for disabled persons, teachers accompanying classes from educational institutions, drivers of buses carrying tour groups, tour guides and interpreters.

Lamborghini Museum is part of the Musei Metropolitani Card circuit. details about the benefits (in Italian)

 

Notes to reach Lamborghini Museum: from Bologna by car – motorway A1 exit  following the road SP 568 (Persicetana) in the direction of S. Giovanni in Persiceto and continue to Sant'Agata Bolognese. By bus – bus 576 direction Crevalcore, from “Bologna Autostazione” bus stop (close to Bologna Centrale railway station) to “S.Agata B. Chiesa Frati”(about 55 min). Lamborghini is 5 minutes by foot from bus stop. Info: www.tper.it

Museum: Monday to Saturday 10.00 am - 5.00 pm. Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Closures 2016: January 1-6 - February 5-6 - March 2, 25, 26, 28 - April 25 - May 31 - June  1-7,9,17 - August 15 (the factory is closed from 1 to 22 August)  - September 26 (only in the afternoon) - October 11 (only in the afternoon), 31 - November 1 - December 8-10, 22-24, 27-31

It's always advisable to check times and closing days sending an email to visit@lamborghini.com

ON WEDNESDAY 31 AUGUST 2016 THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED FROM 12PM


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