Barezzi House

Via Roma, 119 - 43011 - Busseto (PR)

Phone: +39 0524931117

Opening times

Opening times until the end of October 2024: open from Tuesday to Sunday. Guided tours at 10am, 11am, 12pm; 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm. Closed on Monday. Open on Monday April 29.

Since it is private property, opening times may be subject to change, it is kindly suggested to always call in advance.

For information, reservations and extraordinary openings, call +39 0524931117.



full price € 5,00; groups and over 65 € 4,00; schools € 2,00.

Possibility of purchasing combined tickets for all Verdi sites, on sale at Giuseppe Verdi’s Birthplace and Teatro G.Verdi.

Verdi Tourist Card holders are entitled to the reduced ticket at the Places of Verdi in Busseto.

Casa Barezzi Busseto


Antonio Barezzi was a wealthy merchant and great music lover who perceived very early Verdi’s talent and asked him to become the music teacher of his daughter Margherita. The first public appearance of the brilliant youth, in February 1830, was in the hall of his house in Busseto, the Salone Barezzi. The Salone later became the seat of the Busseto Philarmonic Society, founded by Barezzi and the conductor Ferdinando Provesi in 1816. During the months before moving to Milan in 1832 to complete his studies, financially supported not only by his father but also by Barezzi, Verdi lived in the Barezzi home, where his friendship with Margherita slowly became love. The hall, where concerts and conferences are held, appears to visitors today as it did in the late 19th century, after restoration works were carried out in 1979 and 1998 by the Friends of Verdi Association.