Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti, Modena

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  • 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....  more »
  • 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....  more »
  • 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...  more »
  • As big fans of Pavarotti this is fantastic.... lovely friendly staff, very reasonably priced gifts, refreshments and entry. An incredible intimate insight into his life.... loved ever minute as long as you can brave the Modena traffic to get there 🙂
  • We loved this museum, which provided an affectionate commemoration of the family and professional life of Luciano Pavarotti. It offers an intimate look behind the scenes, you really got a glimpse of the man behind the voice. A must for anyone who has ever heard and loved the work of Pavarotti.
  • This is a small but beautiful museum. I learned a few things about Pavarotti and really appreciated his art and aesthetic sense from being in his home. Definitely worth the visit.
  • We visited on a Monday at 1p and we couldn't have picked a better time. It was empty and it felt almost magical. It is definitely worth the 20 euro taxi. If you enjoyed his music and humanitarian work it is definitely a place you should visit. Audio tour available through the museum. We did not do it with an excursion. It was still very wonderful and peaceful.
  • A spectacular experience! The museum is in his last home. Of course we all know he was one of the world's greatest tenors, but to see where and how he lived gave me new insights into the man...not just the performer. He loved horses, and loved to paint as well. His work is colorful and filled with life.

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