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Luciano Pavarotti.
If God hadn’t given him to us
we would have had to create him by ourselves.

Franco Zeffirelli

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.”

He would have been certainly happy because this house has marked important moments of his later years; moreover, his imperishable memory will for ever sink its roots in the Emilia land, which he loved so much.

When he was born,
God kissed his vocal cords.

Herbert Von Karajan

Discover Pavarotti at home

Every inch of this house reflects the vibrant personality of its owner. Warm light fills the space, from the soaring atrium – with cherished letters from friends like Frank Sinatra, Bono and Princess Di – to the buttery-yellow kitchen. Exquisite costumes, unique memorabilia and countless awards pay tribute to his illustrious career – but it’s the everyday items in intimate rooms that reveal the man behind the scenes.

A storied place

Maestro Pavarotti oversaw architects, carpenters, blacksmiths and other artisans to build this villa, a tribute to Italian handcrafts, in his hometown of Modena. His love for horses led him to purchase this property since  the ‘90s, where he built stables and paddocks as first thing. Right here, between 1991 and 2002, he hosted the prestigious CSIO show jumping tournament, which was attended by the most important riders of the equestrian world.

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Forthcoming coffee table book: ``THE SUN IN THE VOICE``

The iconic story of the one of the world’s most loved artists

From a début on a tiny stage, to televised concerts in front of millions, Pavarotti brought opera to everyone.

In Chapter 1, The Opera, the great tenor journeys through his 29 stage roles, sharing his personal reflections on these iconic characters. Chapter 2,Leaving the Choir, tells of his unconventional desire to bring opera to the masses, performing in the world’s great arenas and parks. In so doing he became a worldwide icon, ‘Great among the greats’, as reported by the testimonies of many important personalities in Chapter 3. This monumental artistic and philanthropic career is summarised in the comprehensive final chapter, Biography.

Info & Prices

Individual and group visits

Opening times
Every day from 10:00am to 6:00pm (suggested last visit, 5:15pm)
Closed on December 24-26th and January 1st

Ticket prices
Includes free self-guided audio tour

• 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
• 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)

* To book guided tours and groups, contact us by calling +39 059.460778 or writing to:


For a more complete experience download the free app ``Pavarotti`` that will guide you to the visit of the house-museum

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Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti
Stradello Nava, 6 – Modena (MO) – Italy

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