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Museo Ferrari
1. Museo Ferrari
The Ferrari Museum (Museo Ferrari) is a tribute to successful F1 cars, legendary sports prototypes and GTs, plus the road cars that set the benchmark for the whole car industry. It's located in Modena and shuttles run all day from the Ferrari Museum plaza in Maranello.
Labirinto della Masone
2. Labirinto della Masone
The Labirinto della Masone – located in Fontanellato, in the Parma province of Italy – is a bamboo labyrinth spaced out around neoclassical buildings that house the private collection of Franco Maria Ricci.
PushStart Maranello
3. PushStart Maranello
PushStart Maranello is located in Maranello, Italy, surrounded by rolling hills and the rush of people test driving Italian luxury sports cars! This northern Italian town is also home to the Ferrari Factory and the Ferrari Museum.
Prosciutto di Parma Museum
4. Prosciutto di Parma Museum
The Prosciutto di Parma Museum is located in Langhirano, an area known for its peaceful vineyards and the majestic Torrechiara Castle. It educates visitors about the local traditions and techniques relating to some of the world's best ham!
Culatello di Zibello Museum
5. Culatello di Zibello Museum
Culatello is one of the most prized cured meats in all of Italy. Produced in the Zibello region of Parma, which has its own unique micro-climate, it's the Rolls-Royce of salami and only a handful of its proud producers exist. The Culatello of Zibello Museum is dedicated to the territory where culatello is produced, to its people, its culture and history, and makes for a fascinating (and oftentimes delicious) cultural experience for visitors to the region, especially for anyone with a foodie side.

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The Felino Salami Museum is found inside the charming, 9th-century Felino Castle. Now enjoyed around the world, this seasoned sausage was once a local delicacy in the region surrounding Parma, Italy. Delve into the rich history of salami meat, and really know your stuff next time you comment on its flavor!
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The Museo del Parmigiano Reggiano, or the Parmesan Cheese Museum, is located in the town of Soragna, in Italy's pastoral Province of Parma. This quaint museum invites visitors to learn more about the region's famous local produce: Parmesan cheese. The museum is housed inside the Castellazzi complex, which is part of the Rocca Meli Lupi castle-palace.
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Pasta Museum

Love pasta? You've come to the right place! The Museum of Pasta is an Italian ethnographic museum that makes for something a little different, and tasty, to do in Corte di Giarola. The museum takes visitors through the production and processing of pasta, including handmade pasta. It shares a space with the Tomato Museum, in case you need some toppings.
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Tomato Museum

The Tomato Museum is an Italian ethnographic food museum located in the province of Parma, dedicated to celebrating the history and culinary culture of one of Italy's most iconic fruits: the humble tomato. The museum is split into seven distinct sections, each showcasing a specific aspect of the tomato's story in Italy. Fittingly, the Tomato Museum shares a space with the Pasta Museum!
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The Church of SS Annunziata, also known as Santissima Annunziata Basilica, is a Renaissance-style minor basilica in Florence. Guided tours of this central monument take visitors on a history trip, to the earliest Christian settlement on the site, through Renaissance and Baroque refurbishments, through to the present day.
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The Wine Museum – located in Sala Baganza, Parma Province, Italy – invites guests to learn all there is to know about wine in the region. Enjoy six rooms that trace the history of wine in the region through to today's current product. The museum is located inside a 15th-century fortress, the Rocca Sanvitale.
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The Pharmacy of San Filippo Neri was built in the year 1789 and remains much the same today. It is located inside Palazzo San Tiburzio, which has been the seat of the Congregation of Charity, an organization born to give help to people in need of Parma, since 1588. Take a journey through the chemical-pharmaceutical identity of the city of Parma, discovering places that have remained secret for centuries, the Antica Farmacia San Filippo Neri, the Archivio di Carità and the Oratorio di San Tiburzio.
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The beautiful Orto Botanico di Parma, also known as the Orto Botanico dell'Università di Parma, is a botanical garden maintained by the University of Parma. It's not very big but makes for a relaxing couple of hours amongst aquatic plants, and mature trees such as ginkgo, and pinus nigra. There's also a glasshouse full of tropical plants and a “desert house” which is home to a variety of succulents and cacti. It is located in Parma, Italy.
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