Ducati is gearing up to welcome back the public to the halls of its official museum, one of the most iconic places to visit for all fans of two wheels and motorsport in general. Starting from April 21, 2022, the Ducati Museum will be open full time. Also added is a new exhibit featuring the Paul Smart 750 Imola.
Back in May 2021, the digital Borgo Panigale Experience was enhanced with the "Ducati Factory Online Journey." This fascinating tour of the Ducati factory can be experienced online by booking the guided tour of the production areas of the Ducati plant. These tours were also suspended during the Covid lockdown.
The visit to the Ducati Museum in person is only available by reservation. The entry ticket must be purchased online on the ticketing platform.
To guarantee the health and safety of visitors and workers, access to the structure will take place with a limited number of entries. In order to enter the plant and for the entire period of stay inside the company area, visitors are required to respect the rules established by the internal Covid-19 Task Force, also described on the entrance tickets.
Further information on how to visit and book is available on the Ducati website.
The Ducati Museum is located in Bologna, Italy.
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