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Villa Verdi – Sant’Agata di Villanova sull’Arda

Villa Verdi has been the residence of great Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi for 50 years.

All year long Emilia-Romagna -Sant'Agata, Villanova D'Arda (PC)  Art/Exhibitions/Museums | Children | Culture/History | Music
Portrait of Giuseppe Verdi
“Portrait of Giuseppe Verdi”, Giovanni Boldini, 1886


Opening hours:
– from December 5, 2020 to March 6, 2021, open only on Saturday and Sunday, 9.30 am> 11.45 am and in the afternoon from 2.30 pm> 5.00 pm
– from December 26, 2020 to January 6, 2021, open every day, 9.30am> 11.45am and in the afternoon from 2.30pm> 5pm
During the week only upon reservation for groups of at least 10 people
is MANDATORY by filling in the form>>>
Visitors are required to wear a SAFETY MASK.


Villa Verdi, also known as Villa Sant’Agata, has been the residence of great Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi for 50 years.
The historic villa is located in Sant’Agata, in Villanova sull’Arda, near Piacenza.

In this house, surrounded by the peaceful Po Valley, everything has stayed the same as Verdi has left it. In Villa Verdi the maestro found inspiration to compose some of his most important works, such as Rigoletto and Falstaff, and spent his days dedicating himself to his passion, farming.

It is possible to visit the most significant rooms of the house, where Giuseppe Verdi and his wife Giuseppina Strepponi spent their lives. These rooms are still decorated exactly as they were during the composer’s life: the private chapel, the bedroom with the deathbed donated by Hotel de Milan, the carriage house and the cellar.

Villa Verdi is surrounded by a big Romantic park, full of trees.

Be careful! Opening hours are changing during the year. See the website (link below) or call the villa
Villa Verdi

Via Giuseppe Verdi 22 – 29010 S.Agata di Villanova sull’Arda (PC)
Phone: +39 0523 830000

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