Highlights and what’s included
- Private Transfer with accessible vehicle equipped with platform
- Rental equipment
- Assistant for disabled
Places of interest
All our tours are PRIVATE, not sharing with other guests
English, Spanish, German, French, Italian
- Historical interest 90% 90%
- Fun 80% 80%
- Activity Level 75% 75%
If God hadn’t given him to us
we would have had to create him by ourselves.
Enjoy Pavarotti accessible museum tour!
By our Pavarotti accessible Museum tour, we welcome you to the place that Pavarotti called home.
Luciano Pavarotti’s home has turned into an accessible museum! Near the city of Modena stands the beautiful mansion of the Master Luciano Pavarotti, in luscious green fields and spacious chambers where the Great Lyrical Singer used to spend all of his free time, singing his most famous compositions such as “buongiorno a te”, “nessun dorma”, “miserere” and many more and where he practiced his pièce. With this Pavarotti accessible museum guided tour you’ll be able to explore his residence accompanied by an expert guide that will tell you all about the life and the deeds of this great musical genius. You’ll be able to see all of his achievments, awards and muchmore.
The tour guide is available in many languages.
We will also provide accessible transfer with vehicle equipped with platform from the city of Modena to Pavarotti’s home.
Pavarotti accessible Museum is suitable for wheelchair users.
The Pavarotti accessible museum took form thanks to the contribution of the Luciano Pavarotti’s Foundation and it is open everyday. The ticket includes audio guide in different languages and it is also available a free app called Pavarotti, which contains the itinerary of the guided visit to the house. The museum is equipped with platforms and elevators so it is possible to reach any and every floor, there are also parking spots located at the entrance of the museum.
Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity! Enjoy Pavarotti accessible Museum!
“People think I’m disciplined. It is not discipline. It is devotion.
There is a great difference.”
― Luciano Pavarotti