Lamborghini’s headquarters in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy has opened its doors to the public for the first time since undergoing renovations.
Lamborghini’s CEO, Stefano Domenicali, officially opened the renovated museum for the first time on June 9th. The opening coincided with the Lamborghini Miura owners club rally where 20 lucky owners were treated to a private tour.
The museum pays homage the progression of Lamborghini with a walk through more than half a century of automotive evolution ranging from the legendary Miura through to the bizarre Lamborghini four-wheel-drive, the LM002.
Museum goers are greeted by the genesis of the Italian supercar maker, a stunning 1963 350 GT, upon entering the museum. Enthusiasts are immersed in the Lamborghini experience as the sound of an Aventador and Huracan being driven hard echo through the two story building.
The museum is open from Monday to Saturday where visitors can book a guided tour through the museum or wander through at their own leisure. Visitors can also book a guided tour which includes a walk through the assembly plant, an indulgence customarily reserved for prospective owners, to see new Lamborghini’s in their final stages of production.