Luciano Pavarotti.If God hadn’t given him to us
we would have had to create him by ourselves.
Welcome to the place Pavarotti called home. He built this house to entertain friends, teach young singers and enjoy family life. Discover his private collection of memorabilia, costumes and awards gathered throughout his long career. Join us as we celebrate the artistic and philanthropic legacy of the “man who moved millions.”
When he was born,
God kissed his vocal cords.
Herbert Von Karajan
I will remember him as the man who moved the world, he never sang to become famous. His personality inspires everyone.
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Some can sing opera, Luciano Pavarotti was an opera.
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I thought all tenors were the same. Then I went to see Pavarotti live. And I realized he was unique.
Discover Pavarotti in his own home
The Luciano Pavarotti Home Museum is the home that Maestro Pavarotti built in the Modena countryside, in a large estate, where he lived the last years of his life.
It opened to the public in 2015 to firmly ground Maestro’s memory to his beloved homeland and to make the man LUCIANO behind the great artist PAVAROTTI better known to the general public.
Today, the house is still as Maestro left it and it can be entirely visited. It keeps all the objects he loved to be surrounded with and it displays the memories of the days spent with family, friends and students to whom he gave singing lessons.
A simple but legendary place
Every inch of this home reflects its owner’s vibrant personality. Warm light fills the space, a huge window looking at the sky illuminates the rooms – where you can find photos, paintings and letters from dear friends like Frank Sinatra, Bono and Princess Diana – while the kitchen is yellow like the sun. Opera costumes, one-of-a-kind memorabilia and countless awards pay homage to his illustrious career – but it’s the everyday objects that reveal the simple man behind the great artist.
Visita il nuovo shop della Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti.
Visit the new shop of the Luciano Pavarotti Home Museum.
Here you can find some truly unique products, exclusively made for the museum.
From the illustrated book IL SOLE NELLA VOCE, full of memorabilia and objects to treasure, to the recipe book ALLA LUCIANO including Maestro’s original recipes curated by chef Luca Marchini… and much more.
By purchasing items from Home Museum Shop you will contribute to support the activity of the Luciano Pavarotti Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to keep alive the human and artistic memory of Maestro Luciano Pavarotti.
The Foundation runs the Pavarotti Home Museum in Modena, organizes cultural initiatives, promotes the dissemination of the opera with events in Italy and abroad and supports young talents of opera singing.
THANK YOU for your support.
Info & Prices
Individual and group visits
Every day from 10:00am to 6:00pm (suggested last visit, 5:15pm)
Closing days: January 1, December 24 and 25
Includes free self-guided audio tour
Concessions: Over 65 years; Young between 12 and 18 years; Groups of at least 20 people*;Roman School Students;Subscribers to:Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti, Modena; Italian Touring Club; FAI; Groups; Card Cultura; Disabled people and accompanying people; University students (presenting the student card)
Italian school groups
Elementary: free for students and teachers (guided tour charged, if required)
Junior and high school: 5 € each for students, free for teachers (guided tour charged, if required)
For groups and guided tours bookings, for information about corporate activities, team-building and private visits, contact us by calling: +39 059.460778 or writing to: email@example.com
For a more complete experience download the free app ``Pavarotti`` that will guide you to the visit of the house-museum
HOW TO GET HERE
Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti
Stradello Nava, 6 – Modena (MO) – Italy
Write to us, we are at your disposal
Support Luciano Pavarotti Foundation’s activities
The Luciano Pavarotti Foundation is a non-profit organization. We rely on your support to perpetuate the memory of Maestro Pavarotti as a force for good.