The Pavarotti Museum is a fascinating place dedicated to the life and career of the legendary Italian tenor, Luciano Pavarotti. This museum is located in his hometown of Modena, in the heart of Italy. The history of the Pavarotti Museum began in 2012, when it was opened to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pavarotti's death. This museum was designed to celebrate the extraordinary career and unique talent of the great tenor. Inside the Pavarotti Museum, visitors can explore an extensive collection of Pavarotti's personal belongings, stage costumes, historical recordings of his most famous performances, and an array of memorabilia that tell his story and his contribution to the world of opera. One of the museum's most exciting attractions is the chance to hear Pavarotti's wonderful vocal performances and see rare photographs documenting the highlights of his career. In addition, the museum offers an immersive experience that allows visitors to feel the power and beauty of Pavarotti's voice through advanced audio and video technologies.
Individual and group tours. Opening hours: daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (last recommended visit 5:15 p.m.).
It is possible to make reservations directly at the hotel at our front desk.