For those who cannot afford round trip tickets to Italy to visit Lamborghini’s lavish museum, Google street view gives a pretty good free tour. Caution: once you begin your virtual tour, you stand the very real chance of losing at least an hour…it is a good time. And yes, you can scale the spiral stairway to the second floor and view the cars on that level.
Business hours are no longer a problem. Visit the Lamborghini museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese anytime using Google street view.
We all know that Google street view is a little bit of magic that serves to make the world a smaller place. Visiting the Museo Lamborghini from the comfort of home is just one of the many perks offered by the mapping service that the company has worked on for so many years.
Google street view offers detailed views of streets around the world, and now it appears that they are beginning to cover the interiors of at least public establishments. You can also go to the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and Mazda’s corporate museum in Hroshima using Google street view. The Lamborghini museum tour has a special perk over Mazda. If the vehicle’s door opens, viewers can click on it and receive a detailed view of the cockpit. It is a wonderous way to waste an entire afternoon, if one were so inclined.
Overall, the Lamborghini museum is home to decades of brand history and some very special and unique examples. The actual museum spans 16,000 square feet, but the online tour will not wear out anything but your mouse-hand.
Some of the notable members of the Lamborghini museum collection include the following:
- The award-winning Aventador
- Carbon fiber Reventon
- Numerous flagship Gallardo models
- Miura SV
- Even the LM002 SUV
- Many scale models and a marine engine