Ducati Museum reopened

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Ducati Museum reopened

Ducati Museum
Open again from October 5th, also virtually

The Ducati Museum can be visited again on weekdays from October 5, 2020, but the factory tours will remain suspended.

Uli Baumann


Ducati continues on its path of gradually reopening to the public. From Monday, October 5th, the Ducati Museum will be open again on weekdays and the tours through the production facility in Borgo Panigale should actually be restarted. Shortly after the announcement of the new factory tours, moved Ducati the offer but without giving reasons back again.

Corona requirements remain

The Ducati Museum is open on weekdays (except Wednesday) from 9.15 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. However, corona protective measures still apply. Access is only available upon prior reservation. The absolute number of visitors is also limited in each time slot. Visitors must wear face masks and keep a distance of at least one meter.

At the same time as the museum reopened, Ducati also wanted to resume factory tours of the production facilities in Borgo Panigale. Here, too, access should only be possible with a reservation and in limited numbers. The approximately one-hour factory tours were planned from Monday to Friday (closed on Wednesdays), with three visits in the morning at 9.30 a.m. – 10.00 a.m. – 10.30 a.m. and three in the afternoon at 2.00 p.m. – 2.15 p.m. – 2.30 p.m..

The admission price for pure museum admission is 17 euros, the combined ticket for museum and factory visit should have cost 32 euros.

Virtually to the museum

Ducati Museum reopened


From October 15, Ducati will also be offering a virtual tour of the museum. the “Ducati Museum Online Journey” takes place via a PC, smartphone or tablet, but is accompanied by a real guide in the museum. During the 45 minute tour, users will also have the opportunity to interact with the guide through the platform’s question and answer system. Four tours per week are offered at the following times:

  • Tuesday 5:00 p.m., Saturday 9:00 a.m. in English
  • Thursday and Sunday at 5 p.m. in Italian.

Tickets for the virtual tour can be purchased in the museum’s ticket shop at a price of ten euros.

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