The Enzo Ferrari Museum has hit on the perfect combination: fast cars and an amazing lunch. The museum, located just outside Modena, Italy, is a must see stop for any car enthusiast traveling in the area. Though smaller then its counterpart in Maranello, most visitors take about an hour to make their way through the exhibit. The Enzo Ferrari Museum is well worth visiting for its beautiful design, which shows off the history behind Ferrari.
The museum is made up of two separate buildings, and part of it is located in the original house where Enzo was born. The second building, which holds the main exhibit of the museum, is a thoroughly modern structure with a large expanse of windows that let in plenty of light. It also has a distinctly bright yellow roof, which some say resembles the hood of a car.
Note: This trip was fully paid for by Emilia Romagna Region Tourist Board. However, any opinions expressed here are my own.