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Ferrari: Under the Skin
In an Italy ravaged by the Second World War, Enzo Ferrari and a small team decided to create the perfect racing machine. The exhibition will explore Ferrari’s powerful personality, the design and manufacturing process, the famous clientele and the future of the luxury car brand.
From the very first Ferrari to Michael Schumacher’s winning Formula One car and the newest hybrid model, the exhibition features rare cars and memorabilia displayed in public for the first time. Discover the Ferrari experience through original hand-drawn sketches, sculpture-like models and engines, alongside films and interviews telling one of the great design stories of all time.
‘Race cars are neither beautiful nor ugly. They become beautiful when they win.’ Enzo Ferrari
In collaboration with Ferrari S.p.a. and Museo Ferrari, Maranello (Italy)
Photograph by Paul Zak
Explore the exhibition
Enzo Ferrari founded Scuderia Ferrari in 1929 and built the first Ferrari car in 1947. The exhibition starts with a look at his personal story.
From A-list Hollywood stars to jazz icons, see who has had a Ferrari throughout the years.
Explore how competitive racing has remained at the heart of Ferrari from its inception to today.
Book tickets online
Tickets for this exhibition are offered as access anytime day tickets.
Student/ concession* £13.50
Educational group booking price: £3-£7 per student (groups of 10 or more)
Family (1 adult + 3 children) £29.30
Family (2 adults + 3 children) £41.00
Child (6 - 15 years) £9.00
Children under 6 years free
10% discount is applied when booking 10 or more tickets online. Alternatively, please contact the Bookings Office (Mon - Fri 10;00 to 17:00) on +44 20 3862 5937.
For enquiries outside of these hours please submit an online form here.
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*Concession tickets include seniors (over 60 years), the disabled and a companion and job seekers.
Last exhibition entry 17:00