Visitors can start again to schedule visits to Ferrari museums, which are again open to the public. Both the Ferrari Museum, in Maranello, and the Enzo Ferrari Museum, in Modena, resumed their activity after being closed due to the coronavirus.
It should be remembered that, despite the great profitability of the super sports cars it sells, Ferrari has other sources of revenue that are equally impressive, but less known to the public. The accessories with the Cavallino Rampante emblem – from shoes to gloves, through jackets, watches and everything in between – allow for a very interesting fit, as do the two museums. Although the theme parks have a prominent place in the builder's finances.
See here what you can find at the Ferrari Museum, in Maranello
Museum visitors have to meet certain requirements before they can appreciate the bombs of other times. The main one is not to show excessive temperature in the thermal scanners to which everyone is subject, a measure taken both in the interest of the health of visitors and museum workers.