The Ducati museum was rather similar in opening hours, I did a factory tour in 2004, the Museum was opened up (lights switched on etc) for us, we then walked slowly thru and were ushered out into the shop. The Museum was then closed up again. Such a shame as I could have happily spent a few hours in there.
And so different to the Morbidelli Museum when Giancarlo himself saw me ride up outside so opened up the Museum just for me and left me to it for an afternoon. Apart from taking me out the back for a tour of his workshop and what he was working on. And refused my admission payment as he didn't have any change.