Borgo Panigale Experience: The Ducati Museum reopens on May 21
Ducati is preparing to welcome the public again from the corridors of its Museum, one of the most emblematic places to visit for all fans of two wheels and motorsport in general. From May 21, the Ducati Museum reopens its doors on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
During the closing months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ducati extended the digitization process to the Ducati Museum, expanding the digital offer of the Borgo Panigale Experience through the “Ducati Museum Online Journey”.
Real guided tours accessible from PC, tablet or Smart TV, accompanied virtually by the Museum’s specialized guides, to discover – also from a distance – the place where the Italian motorcycle manufacturer shares his essence and history with all fans.
The “Ducati Museum Online Journey” remains available to all those who cannot yet visit Borgo Panigale in Italy.
From May 22, the Borgo Panigale Experience digital offer will be enriched by the “Ducati Factory Online Journey”. The fascinating visits to the Ducati factory, currently suspended for reasons related to Covid, can be experienced remotely, reserving the online guided tour of the production areas of the Ducati factory.
During the visit, users will be accompanied by a guide that will show where and how Ducati motorcycles take shape, going through the mechanical machining sector, engine assembly area and vehicle assembly lines, until testing and shipments. A unique experience for all enthusiasts of motorcycling and mechanical engineering.
Both for the Online Journey at the factory and for the Ducati Museum, it is possible to ask questions of the guide through the Questions and Answers section of the platform.
The schedule and tickets for the digital Borgo Panigale Experience (Ducati Museum and Ducati Factory Online Journey) are available on the ticket platform.
The visit to the Ducati Museum in person is only available by reservation on Fridays from 9 am to 12 pm and from 2:30 pm to 6 pm; Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm (CEST). The entrance ticket must be purchased online at the exclusive website.
To ensure the health and safety of visitors and workers, access to the structure will take place with a limited number of registrations.
To enter the factory and for the entire period of stay within the company area, visitors are required to respect the rules established by Covid-19’s internal Task Force, also described in the entrance tickets.
More information on how to visit and book is available on the Ducati website.