The Ducati museum, which attracts 40,000 fans and visitors from around the world every year, has now opened up its doors to a virtual tour with Google Maps.
Google now offers an alternative high resolution virtual tour of the museum, passing along the famous Via Cavalieri Ducati street outside and entering the Ducati factory. A simple search on Google enables users to explore the Ducati museum rooms that cover an area of 850 square metres, and view the motorcycles on display from the 1946 Cucciolo to the most recent Desmosedici GP and world superbikes built by the iconic brand in Bologna. In addition to the new Google Maps virtual tour, the Ducati museum will also be packed with Ducatisti from all over the world during World Ducati Week 2014. The international rally, held every two years for Ducati owners and fans, will take place from July 18-20 this year at the Misano world circuit in Italy.
For information on how to visit the Ducati museum in person, go to the history pages of the company section on Ducati.com. To get a virtual tour, simply search on Google Maps or enter goo.gl/maps/jAHeL directly.