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The Lamborghini Museum has been updated to become Museum of Technologies, where fascinating history, the iconic models and tours of the production lines tell the story of over 50 years of innovation that project Lamborghini into the future.
Mudetec offers an interactive experience, also thanks to the new driving simulator that amplifies the thrills and the discovery of the vehicles on display.
From the early visionary creations of the genius of Ferruccio Lamborghini like the Miura and Countach to the more recent and exclusive super sports cars like the hybrid concept Asterion, the few-off Centenario, the Huracán Performante and the Aventador SVJ.
Open every day from 9:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.
August: 15; December: 25; 1 January 2021
December 24, 31 (early closing at 4:00 p.m.)
From the historic entrance to the future: touring the production lines is a unique journey to witness the birth of the Lamborghini sports cars. From the V12 line where the Aventador’s engine and frame come together for the first time and on to the V10 line where the Huracán is born. The guided tours that start from Mudetec make the tour an unforgettable experience in search of the company’s most amazing places.
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Our offer of incentive tours turns into an unforgettable experience for customers and collaborators owing to the dedicated guides, personalized gadgets and customized proposals.
After the museum closes, Mudetec’s rooms turn into a magical and exclusive place where private tours and exclusive events can be organized.
The new Olimpo looking onto Manifattura Lamborghini 4.0, the technological production line of Urus, is the ideal backdrop for transforming conferences and meetings into unique experiences.
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Via Modena, 12 40019 Sant’Agata Bolognese (Bologna) - Italy
phone: +39 051 681 7611
Tickets can be purchased directly at the Museum in cash or by credit card. Groups of more than 20 are advised to book their visit and purchase tickets in advance.
School and university groups must book in advance.
Pictures and videos may be taken inside the Museum for private use only. No photography or video recording is allowed during the factory visit. Before the start of the tour, participants will be asked to leave cameras, cellphones, and all other equipment able to take photos and/or video recordings in the lockers provided.
The Museum has no architectural barriers. Visits take place over two floors, and a lift is available for persons with limited mobility.
Visitors are not permitted to touch the vehicles and materials on display, and it is not permitted to enter the vehicles or remove anything from the Museum. Eating is not allowed inside the Museum. Animals may not enter, with the exception of guide dogs for the blind. Visitors are asked to behave in a manner appropriate for a museum, showing respect to the staff and other visitors; this includes their choice of attire and tone of voice. Those accompanying children and minors are responsible for their behavior at all times. The use of cellular phones is permitted as long as care is taken not to disturb or inconvenience others.
Documents certifying the right to reduced admission fees must be shown to staff on request