Classic cars are celebrated around the world in places like the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche museums in Stuttgart, Germany and the BMW Welt Museum in Munich. But while we can go on about the size of these venues, the number of exhibitions and the heritage behind the brands, few can compare to the Ferrari Museum in Maranello Italy. And thanks to Shell Thailand, Brunch had the opportunity to visit Maranello and get in touch with a little of the legendary marque's past.
Ferrari 250 GT Coupe.
The "Galleria Ferrari" as the museum is also known, opened officially on Feb 18, 1990, on the birthday of the company's late founder Enzo Ferrari, and is located just 300m from the automobile maker's factory. It became the company's official museum in 1995.
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