The Ducati Auditorium offers an exclusive environment for meetings, conferences and round tables.
Participants can benefit from an enjoyable break during events held here: a prestigious display of historic motorcycles is just a few metres from the Auditorium.
When possible, visits can also be arranged to the production lines in Borgo Panigale where the world-famous Ducati bikes are produced.
The Ducati Auditorium is located on a single floor and has a capacity of up to 100 guests.
The layout is adaptable and there is a catering area (48.5 sq.m).
The hall, which has a maximum capacity of 100 seats, is rectangular in shape with a width of 11.70m and length of 21.00m.
Capacity - theatre layout: 100 seats
- round table: 100 seats
- sit-down dining: 80 seats
Other facilities available
The Ducati Museum has items documenting over half a century of competitions and a large proportion of the history of the company which was founded in 1926 by the Ducati brothers.
From the Cucciolo model to the more recent Desmosedici, the bikes produced, the protagonists and the successes, are all represented in an environment where the passionate mission for excellence is tangible.
The imposing centrepiece is a huge red helmet with 38 fixed seats, topped by 41 legendary bikes standing on an illuminated track.
The theatre layout of the Ducati Museum is fixed and is 22.00m long and 31.50m wide.
The Museum is also available for coffee breaks, stand-up buffets and seated lunches or dinners (maximum capacity 70).
The Auditorium has a platform, a fixed wall-mounted screen (3.00x4.00m), a sound system, projector, podium with microphone and a reception table. Audio-video recording and simultaneous interpreting are available on request. The whole structure is equipped with an air-conditioning system.
The Ducati Museum has a motorised screen (2.90x3.00 m), a sound system, projector, podium with microphone, reception table, air conditioning and audio-video recording on request.
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