At the Monza ENI Circuit with Chiltren
At the Temple of Speed, you can also learn how to move safely on our city streets.
The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza organises road education workshops for children, divided into two parts: the first one is to assess and explore their knowledge, and the second one revolves around free play on the track, interpreting different people like policemen and drivers.
Children will learn about safety on the road by driving small electric cars as if they were really behind the wheel on the road. This allows them to learn basic road rules, how to act when driving, what the horizontal and vertical road signs mean, all while they’re having fun.
The older ones who already ride their bikes with Mum and Dad are also taught rules of conduct for riding a bike, the use of helmets and safety vests, the horizontal and vertical road signs, traffic lights, crossings and bike tracks.
At the Monza Eni Circuit, you can also book a seat in a car for a lap of the track, try out a driving simulator take a VIP Tour or rent a bike for a bike tour from the racetrack to Monza Park.
All Infopoint activities must be reserved by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the booking email please specify your chosen activity, the date you would like to reserve it, the number of people and a contact phone number. Monza Eni Circuit will confirm or modify the reservation as soon as possible. Infopoint is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm with the exception of Christmas, New Year’s Day and the Italian Grand Prix week.
Availability of the track and other facilities is subject to track activities and technical requirements. For this reason, the activity you select may be modified or cancelled at any time for reasons outside the control of Infopoint. Our team will do their best to provide alternative dates or activities so you can enjoy the best possible experience at the Monza Circuit.