Car enthusiasts and wannabe racing drivers will love this new exhibition exploring the history and design of Ferrari.
This ambitious collection, the first outside the Museo Ferrari in Maranello, brings together early design models, drawings, personal letters and memorabilia as well as some of the most famous cars to grace the world’s roads and racing circuits.
The exhibition also looks at Ferrari’s celebrity clientelewho helped establish Ferrari as a luxury brand. The centrepiece of the section is a 250 GT Cabriolet (1957) owned by one of the most famous British racing drivers of all time – Peter Collins. Other cars in this section include an F40 (1988) belonging to Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason and a 166 MM (1950) formerly driven by Gianni Agnelli, head of Fiat.
Ferrari: Under the Skin is a behind-the-scenes look at the design, people and engineering that created one of the most iconic car brands on the planet.
- Adult £18
- Student/concession £13.50
- Family (1 adult + 3 children) £29.30
- Family (2 adults + 3 children) £41
- Child (6 - 15 years) £9
- Children under 6 years free
- Members free
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