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Museo Lamborghini
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Via Modena, 12 40019 Sant'Agata Bolognese BO Italy
Via Modena, 12ITSant'Agata Bolognese40019
+39 051 681
MuseumToday 9:30AM–6PM
Friday 9:30AM–6PMSaturday 9:30AM–6PMSunday ClosedMonday 9:30AM–6PMTuesday 9:30AM–6PMWednesday 9:30AM–6PMThursday 9:30AM–6PM
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Displaying Lamborghini cars, including one-offs & reduced-scale models, plus factory tours.- Google
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Andonis Theodokopoulos
a month ago
Some showrooms are bigger than this. So not really a museum, but the exposed cars are made in heaven. Or hell in Lamborghinis case. If you like concepts and one-off special Lamborghinis, this place is for you. Yes, they have the yellow Miura concept, Estoque, Sesto, Diablo Roadster (the concept), Reventon, Gallardo Roadster (the concept) even a never born, never shown Canto for cry out loud. Why not five stars then? This experience comes not cheap, overpriced i would say. And the rich heritage of Lamborghini is not really reflected. But fear not, Ferrari has the same issues as well.
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Jessica Hayes
2 months ago
It's a car showroom, museum is a bit misleading. Good if you really like cars but I think overpriced. Would be nice if they told you more info about history instead of just stats for individual cars. Bathroom very nice.
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Ciprian Parvu
2 months ago
It's a very small museum compared to the history and what Lamborghini represents for the sportscar world. Would have loved to see some of the tractors Lamborghini produced before starting the car production. But a good 1.5 hour stop to see some of the unique cars Lamborghini has produced.
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Hannah Lydford
2 months ago
A total waste of time. . If you have been to the Ferrari museum you will be disappointed with only about 25 cars to see with some models left out, you would see as many at a good classic car show.. If I had known this I would not have wasted my time going. Very disappointed.
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colin price
in the last week
Small but stunning collection. Very helpful, friendly staff. Only negative was no parking on site. Industrial roads around the main entrance are only option so a little bit of walking might be involved.
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4 months ago
Despite some rescheduling due to the museum closing for a revamp I had a visit to remember. I was taken in a small group of four by a terrific German girl who spoke perfect English on a tour of the factory. What can I say, the place is perfection. Big thanks to the guide. The museum was also terrific especially the Muira.
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4 months ago
Private tour was arranged by Lamborghini Japan for us though we turned up incredibly late due to getting lost whilst driving - even though Lamborghini test their cars around the area we managed to take some turnings and find some roads that were not friendly to a low ground clearance and wide car! Thank you to Ms C for the tour around the museum section and then both the production lines of the cars and at which time we could also see some special edition. The Lamborghini building and display is a definite must see if you are an owner or a fan and travelling through the area We were also recommended a very good restaurant nearby Falling the Lamborghini visit we continued to Modena and then Verona
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Patricio Ferreyra
4 months ago
It was quite disappointing, NO History about Ferrucio, No Information about the begining with the tractors, No tractors displayed at all. Of course, nice historic classic cars (you can see in every classic cars meeting) and a handfull of concept vehicles you might missed at Geneva, but not very heart warming at all.


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