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A prestigious home from the 16th century, Villa Pallavicino is set back in a large garden surrounded by an ancient moat, with the road leading up to it lined with ancient lampposts, hidden away in the silence of Busseto's countryside.  This is what awaits those who want to visit this new National Giuseppe Verdi Museum, in his hometown of Busseto.


National Giuseppe Verdi Museum 


The National Museum is the celebration of Verdi's genius, a rediscovery of this man, his works, his legend.


A precise historic journey will accompany visitors through twenty seven works with reproductions of the original settings of Casa Ricordi, 19th century rooms with collections of paintings by Francesco Hayez, the immortal music of the Maestro and theatrical lighting.


From Nabucco to Trovatore and Rigoletto, from Traviata to Aida and Othello, from Macbeth to Falstaff, these large rooms will offer a complete immersion in the life and works of this great Maestro, in an intensely romantic setting, created by the international director, Pierluigi Pizzi.


The music stands and innovative wi-fi audio guides – included in the price of the ticket – in four languages with a narrative by art critic Philippe Daverio, room by room offer a historical vision of the this era, and of the events and people that influenced Giuseppe Verdi in the creation of his works.


The Museum, created in a historic home with architectonic restrictions, has an elevator to allow disabled people to access the upper floors.

National Giuseppe Verdi Museum

Via Ziliani, 1 angolo Via F. Preovesi, 35
43011 Busseto (Pr)

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