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On occasion of EXPO 2015, Luciano Pavarotti Foundation opens extraordinarily the doors of Casa Pavarotti, transformed into House Museum through the set-up of a path that will allow to know the man and the artist Luciano Pavarotti.
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Neither my wife nor I are opera fans, but we've always loved Pavarotti's version of Nessun Dorma so we thought we'd stop by for a visit. This was a wonderful museum, and while we were visiting only one or two other guests were there so...More
If you are an opera lover you know of Luciano Pavarotti. His house contains hundreds of objects which commemorate his career. The house is a 15 minute ride (by car or taxi) from the historic area of town. A bus tour will also take you...More
I enjoyed visiting Pavarotti's house. It gave a very good oversight of Pavarotti the public figure, explaining about his career, his good works, the public adulation. But sadly, it told me nothing about Pavarotti, the man and left me with many questions. What about his...More
Pavarotti lived here towards the end of his life, and although it has been very carefully laid out as a museum, it feels as though he might just appear at any moment and burst into song!
Tasteful, informative and very easy to enjoy. You really...More
Neither my husband or I are Pavarotti or opera fans but this ‘museum’ was a great experience. The information on the audio guide was a great balance of general and more specific information. We felt like we developed a sense of the man and his...More
Saw the museum online and added it to our list to do....WOW so glad we did, the house looks like the great man is still living there, and you are just a guest..The audible guide, tells you about each room as your eyes soak in...More
We visited the museum on a day trip from Bologna, as the house is not in the centre of Modena we had to get a taxi from the train station to the museum, but it was very straight forward, and took about 15 minutes at...More
Really loved Pavarotti's home. It was quite humble and very homey. He must've loved coming home to this place to relax from his gruelling schedule. It felt like he had just left to go to the shops and would be back soon. All the displays...More
We noticed the signs to the house of Luciano Pavarotti as we were driving around and decided to go and have a look. It was a very interesting and moving visit, getting an insight into his life and habits . The self guided audio tour...More
The Pavarotti Museum is easily accessible by car if you’re driving. If not, you’d probably need to take a taxi since it’s in a rural location and probably 15-20 minutes from the centre of town. It’s well worth a visit.