Besides football and pasta, another of Luciano Pavarotti's passions was horses, and he designed this charming house with stables in 2005 on land he purchased in the 1980s for a show jumping competition. Although he died in the house after only two years, it has a comfortable lived-in feel, from the kitchen to the bathroom scales, packed throughout with memorabilia, photos, videos, costumes, awards, letters and more, all accompanied by an excellent audio commentary.
Stradella Nava 6
Hours Daily 10am-7pm
Adm €8, €6 ages over 65 and 12-18; under 12 free
+39 059 460778
Images by: Casa Museo Pavarotti