Luciano Pavarotti House Museum
In Modena, the house museum of tenor Luciano Pavarotti. Costumes, awards, pictures and videos.
The residence of Luciano Pavarotti, finished in 2005, is located in an area bought by the great tenor in the 1980s in Modena. Besides music, Pavarotti had another great interest: horses. That’s why he built stables and a riding school in his home. Since 1991, for eleven years, the Maestro’s house hosted a notable show jumping competition (CSIO), attended by the most famous show-jumpers of the international horse riding circuit.
The villa has been built following the instructions and the sketches that Pavarotti himself gave to the architects. Many artifacts have been made by blacksmiths, carpenters, carvers and decorators from all over Italy who have crated unique products.
The house keeps the memories of his days spent in the company of his family, friends and students. Through his objects, costumes, awards, pictures and videos, visitors can get to see the tenor in a new and more intimate light.
Tuesdays – Sundays: 10 AM – 6 PM
Box office closes at 5 PM
Go to the official website of Luciano Pavarotti House Museum