Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti

Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti, Modena: Hours, Address, Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti Reviews: 5/5

Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti

Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Explore the private home Pavarotti built in his beloved hometown, transformed by the Pavarotti Foundation into a museum housing his exceptional collection of personal items, unseen memorabilia, costumes and awards gathered throughout his artistic career.
Suggested duration
1-2 hours
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cordyroy
Naples, FL2,247 contributions
Beautiful Tribute
Oct 2019
Set in the countryside outside of Modena, this lovely farmhouse is a beautiful tribute to a great singer. Left as it was at the time of his death, its a moving experience. And all the while his music plays.
We had a car so was easy to get to and has parking. I thing there is public transport but not sure.
Written 25 February 2020
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Thank you very much for your visit and your nice words. The home has been truly left as it was when Maestro lived there, we'd like our visitors to feel like welcome friends stepping in to greet our beloved Maestro. Thanks again, hope to see you again!
Written 27 February 2020
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Passport791524
3 contributions
Charming
Feb 2020
I'm not especially a Pavarotti fan, but this was an absolutely lovely morning. He was quite obviously a marvelous man and full of life and talent. This house has been left like it was when he lived and died there. It isn't ostentatious - just full of memories and memorabilia. It is very touching and poignant and it feels as if he might just walk back in. Take time there to look a the hundreds of photos of who he met and listen to the maestro in this wonderful setting.
Written 3 February 2020
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Thank you very much! Very pleased you enjoyed. Yes, this home can be appreciated not only by Maestro's super fans but by all the people curious to learn more about a very special artist and human being. Arrivederci 😊!
Written 4 February 2020
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Gulea S
Brasov, Romania18 contributions
FEEL BLESSED TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THIS.
Jan 2020
I culdn t immagine that this visit will hit me so hard becouse I m not an opera fan but I know Pavarotti as an opera star.The house is situated in a beautiful very green sorrounding of Modena and after visiting it (aprox 1 hour and half)-three levels,one can realise how big was Pavarotti not only in fisical size but as an opera artist, musician,teacher, and even painter.Pavarotti was not an elitist difficult to aproach,but a very empatetic one affordable for naighbers friends students etc.After visiting the level with Pavarotti and friends one can see how huge personality worldwide was this man. The museum is very well organised it s a real pleasure to visit it and to listen short but significant musical illustrations.After this visit I had a very plesant sensation of calm and relaxation.That s why this is un forgetable.
Written 28 January 2020
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Dear Gulea, thank you very much for your nice words. The kind of experience you described is the reason why we decided to open up the home museum: we wished to give all the visitors the chance to breath this kind of atmosphere, that was the same when Maestro was there, it is very authentic and gives the size of the human being he was. Thank you for sharing. ❤️
Written 30 January 2020
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Richard894
Stratford Upon Avon13 contributions
Sublime
Aug 2019
A memorable visit that allows access to the colourful world of a wonderful artist. Serenely beautiful and the private viewing of all the rooms and floors is so memorable.
Written 7 January 2020
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Thank you very much Richard, your feedback is highly appreciated. We do our best to preserve the authenticity and the warmth of these rooms... the bright personality of Maestro still fills every corner. Grazie mille!
Written 10 January 2020
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Chris N
Rome, Italy4 contributions
Opera Legend
Nov 2019 • Couples
Wow!!! Incredible insight of a career covering 40 years. We experienced the homely and personal environment of an Icon with his private home open to the public and shared his life and achievements. Beautiful county setting in a peaceful Modena rural area where the Maestro could live, work and relax. We fondly treasure every moment.....
Written 6 November 2019
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PavarottiHouseMuseum
Thank you very much indeed. You'll be always welcome anytime you'd like to make a full immersion in Maestro's peaceful world. Arrivederci 😊!
Written 8 November 2019
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CaraB425
Tonbridge, UK14 contributions
Moving collection of mementoes of Pavarotti's life
Oct 2019
Our visit to the late Maestro's home was well worth the taxi trips from the city of Modena into the peaceful countryside. There were many personal belongings, photos and letters from other celebrities as well as audio and video recordings of Pavarotti singing alone and with other famous singers of all genres. I had no idea that he was also a keen amateur artist - some of his work was on display. My friend, who is a musician, was allowed to play the Maestro's piano. A perfect day!
Written 25 October 2019
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Thank you! Yes, you're right, Maestro was also a fine painter and all of his original paintings give a further personal touch to this unique building. Hope to welcome you at the Pavarotti home-museum again!
Written 27 October 2019
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Lisa-holidays-2017
Porirua, New Zealand25 contributions
Brilliant
Aug 2019
This was a fabulous place to visit! Better than expected, We so enjoyed it. The audio was very interesting, varied and entertaining. A beautiful house, and wonderful insight to the man. We thoroughly recommend this.
Written 18 October 2019
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Thank you very much Lisa, we are delighted you enjoyed the home-museum. And we'll be happy to welcome you once more if you happen to be in Modena again. Arrivederci!
Written 19 October 2019
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alexofsb
Santa Barbara, CA119 contributions
Intimite and Worth the Visit
Sep 2019
We all know and have heard Pavarotti concerts, but this intimate visit will reintroduce you to his entire life and all his wonderful accomplishments including many of the more famous concerts. My wife and I visited mid-morning on a weekday and were among only 3 other visitors in late September. If possible, I suggest going early as the museum undoubtedly fills up with the occasional tour bus and later in the day. It was a very special experience with no other people talking or mingling around us. You can easily take a full hour or possibly two enjoying the extremely well presented life of Pavarotti's home and his life achievements. Most everything is just as he left it and all the rooms are available to see including living, kitchen, bathrooms and even his closets, with all his hats and scarves! On an upper floor there is a large display of his own memorabilia and photos with other famous people with his music and singing on a large screen playing continuously in the background.

Highly recommended!
Written 13 October 2019
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PavarottiHouseMuseum
Thank you so much! Our goal is actually to enable every visitor to make a visit like you did, so we leave to every person all the time to discover the house and get in touch with its atmosphere. We'd like every visitor to feel like a welcome guest, as it happened when Maestro lived there. Thanks again for your note, much appreciated.
Written 14 October 2019
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Edi C
Calgary, Canada10 contributions
Tranquil and Engaging
Sep 2019
I went to this museum because my mother (a senior) is a huge fan. We purchased tickets at the museum when we arrived. (There is a slight discount for seniors.) The audio guide is included in the admission price and is available in several languages. As other reviewers have mentioned, this house/museum gives you a very personal glimpse into a star's life. The music and videos that are piped throughout the house are central to the experience. There are about 12 rooms in total and, while not a huge museum, there is a lot to take in if you have an interest in music/opera. What I liked most is that there were not many other visitors on the morning we went, which added to the serene atmosphere. When we finished touring the house, we sat outside in the little garden and had some ice cream while continuing to enjoy Luciano's voice.
Written 2 October 2019
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Grazie! The serene atmosphere is the same that Maestro himself enjoyed and always tried to share with his dear ones. Thanks a lot for your visit.
Written 3 October 2019
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Andy
7 contributions
The biggest surprise of my holiday.
Jul 2019 • Couples
The Pavarotti ticket was included in our day trip bundle with the ferrari museums and a winery, and it was the part of the day I had no expectations of. I am not an opera lover and really didn’t know what to expect at all.

The house is beautiful but also quite modest for a man of such fame and fortune. The audio tour is a must as it gives you an in depth guide but it really keeps you interested as you make your way through the many incredible rooms and exhibits. The glass roof over the centre of the house is a must see.

Be sure to take your time as you make your way through the house, I found myself captivated as I realised how highly regarded he was by some of the most important people across the globe. The behind the scenes rehearsal videos do not fail to make you smile and really convey the character of a wonderful man. Heading down to the basement you learn of the great charity work he undertook, something that I was not aware of the scale of and you can enjoy clips from the many Pavarotti and friends concerts.

I arrived as a sceptic and left as a fan, a truly incredible human who I wish I could have seen perform in the flesh. For a house that was full of music it really is the most peaceful and calming environment and one that I never wanted to leave. I will be going back to Modena just to visit the house again.
Written 1 October 2019
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PavarottiHouseMuseum
Dear "Addictitaly" thank you very much for your words, they represent the biggest award we can dream to receive from our visitors. We set up the visit itinerary as to make it an emotional journey between the life and career of Maestro, who was a huge artist an a very special human being. Thank you for sharing your feelings, we are looking forward to welcome you back next time!
Written 2 October 2019
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