Modena, the birthplace of supercars in Northern Italy, is offering groups a unique opportunity to experience a once-in-a-lifetime meeting venue in the heart of the Italian Motor Valley outside Milan. The recently inaugurated Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari features 150-pax event space equipped with the latest A/V and the 175-pax Il Museo Ristorante, available for buyout.
Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari was built on the ruins of the old house where Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the storied automotive brand, was born. The original home Enzo’s workshop were preserved and merged with a newly built futuristic gallery executed in yellow aluminum, the background color of Ferrari’s Prancing Horse logo.
The naturally lit galleries recall the look of a racing car, housing an interactive museum that recalls the brand’s story through Enzo’s personal archive and memorabilia.
Currently the gallery’s special exhibition showcases a collection of vintage racing Alfa Romeos that once belonged to the founder, as well as the iconic 125 Sport, the first Ferrari ever made.
Il Museo Ristorante touts the culinary wealth of the region, including prosciutto crudo di Modena and rosette di sfoglia alla vecchia Modena.