More than a museum – an experience:

– The beginnings with Ferruccio and his early successes: 350 GT and Miura
– The key models from then to now
– Racing cars, including Formula 1
– The main stages of technological development: 4×4, aluminum, carbon fiber, hybrid
– The Lamborghini jewels: its engines
– The invention of the SUV and the next URUS

And much more besides, to understand the passion and magic that has come together at Sant’Agata Bolognese, in the heart of the Italian Motor Valley.

PRODUCTION LINE TOUR: see how they’re built

Guided tour of the production lines: an experience among skillful craftsmanship and advanced technology:

– In the lovingly preserved original factory
– Step by step through the assembly of the amazing V12 Aventador
– The leather, customizations and interiors
– The sophisticated chassis and carbon fiber bodywork
– The powerful engine, gearbox, transmission, suspension and brakes
– The finished car, ready for testing

Only by seeing is it possible to understand why these magical Italian sports cars are desired and loved across the whole world.


Open every day, including Sundays, the Museum is located in Sant’Agata Bolognese, a small town whose origins date back to Roman times.
Sant’Agata Bolognese, located only 25 km from Bologna and 17 km from Modena, offers the simple pleasure of Emilian traditions.



Open every day:
From April1 to October 31, from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm.
From November 1 to March 31, from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm.


Via Modena, 12 40019 Sant’Agata Bolognese (Bologna) – Italy
Phone +39 051 681 7611


Payment Methods

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 by bank transfer, for more information please contact us by sending email to:

Educational visits

School and university groups must book in advance by sending an email to:


The Museum is available to host exclusive events. To organize your event, or for other special requests, send email to:

Pictures and video shooting

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.

Architectural barriers

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.

Reduced Rates

Documents certifying the right to reduced admission fees must be shown to staff on request