Museo Nazionale Giuseppe Verdi, Busseto

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  • Unfortunately while appreciating Greens as opera singer, I couldn't fully enjoy the visit because after buying a ticket I was told that the heating was not on. With the same ticket will return in summer, ok, but what's the point of keeping open if you have to freeze the guests? I thought I was going to die of cold. If you want to stay in February opened you have to make the rooms welcoming and at least warm. My visit lasted very little. You resisted! The Frost
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  • We came on a day where, unfortunately, there was a failure in the electrical system whereby without heating. There was applied the rate of concessions and lauded the audioguide. Very interesting, special ceilings present original costumes of the works of La Scala and context definitely classy. Nice bookshop with the paraphernalia and sympathetic Guide.
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  • The Museum contains scenes of the works that cover the walls, costumes, couple of pianos and paintings mostly of Hayez, which are actually photographs of the originals but furnish the place. There is also a concert hall where, if you booked, you can see some documentaries on the Greens. Verdi's music permeates the Museum. It is worth noting that in winter opening hours are reduced and the villa housing the Museum is not heated. Therefore advised not to visit at this time. The keeper was very nice, he warned, he advised against taking the audioguide (surcharge) because the cold was believed (rightly) that we would do a lap fast enough, finally we stamped ticket making it valid for the 2017 inviting us to come back (with the same ticket) with a warmer climate. Will be back!
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  • A Museum in an old palace with frescoes, which traces the musical career of Verdi's early operas at Falstaff. Beautiful the costumes.
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  • Place steeped in history, culture, art and Italian, even at the cost of his own life. Many paintings are only partly covered by prints and reproductions. Smaller paintings are originals and contemporaries on oil and with their sketches are beautiful. Beautiful explanations, stories, by Philippe Daverio leading in all halls and well tells the story of this Italian composer. To visit maybe preparing meticulously to the story of a life, a fantastic character. Beautiful interiors with the themed rooms and the music by maestro as environmental fund, worth a visit. A place like this though would require a greater external input and lawn maintenance. Even the external services should be maintained and accommodated to accommodate school groups and tourists visiting a place that was the residence of an icon of Italy. Visited April 2014
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  • Truly unique experience. The staging, audio guides with Philippe Daverio's voice and the music by Maestro background manage to recreate the atmosphere of the past.
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  • Atmosphere and picturesque place
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