- The villa, located on the property that Pavarotti acquired in the mid-1980s, also reflects his great love for horses. He built stables and even opened an equestrian school. For eleven years, from 1991, Pavarotti hosted the prestigious show-jumping competition, the Concours de Saut International, on his property. The event attracted renowned show jumpers from around the world.
- The design of the Pavarotti House and Museum was meticulously executed according to the Maestro's specifications. Skilled artisans from various regions of Italy, including craftspeople, carpenters, engravers, and decorators, completed much of the detailed work by hand, following Pavarotti's designs.
- Even today, Pavarotti's home reflects his personality in every detail. The House and Museum preserve the personal items that he cherished and hold memories of the time he spent in the countryside with his family, friends, and young students.
- Visitors can admire his most famous costumes, photographs, and videos that highlight his artistic career, as well as the numerous prizes and honors he received during his four-decade-long career in opera houses worldwide.
- The visit begins with a warm welcome from the staff of the Luciano Pavarotti Foundation and continues with a self-guided audio tour through the various rooms of the house.
- Alternatively, visitors can download the Pavarotti App for a virtual tour of the House and Museum. The app is available for free on the Apple Store for iPhones and on Google Play for Android phones.
Reservations are recommended. You can reserve and buy tickets online on this page.
Admission includes an audio guide in Italian, English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, or Chinese.
- Regular admission: €10.00
- Discounted tickets: €8.00
- Children (under 12): Free
- Discounted tickets are available to: • Visitors 65 and over • Youth between 12 and 18 • Groups of at least twenty • Members of the Luciano Pavarotti City Theater (Teatro Comunale) • members of the Italian Touring Club • members of FAI (the Italian Environmental Fund) • Students of the Romanica Scuola di Italiano per Stranieri • holders of the Card Cultura • Persons with disabilities and caretakers • University students with student ID.
Daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (last admission at 5:00 p.m.)The Luciano Pavarotti House and Museum is closed on the 24th, 25th, and 26th of December as well as New Year’s Day.
For those who prefer to travel to the Pavarotti House and Museum by taxi, the City of Modena has established a special flat rate of €40.00 (roundtrip, includes one hour of waiting time)