Via della Processione, 1 - 43010 - Busseto (PR)
Phone: +39 052497450
Until the end of March 2023: open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9.30am to 1pm and from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
The visit can be done independently. Inside the House there are 8 tablets, one for each room. A subtitled video will start on each device that tells, sector by sector, the entire history of the Maestro’s birthplace.
Thursday 8 December 2022 – 9.30am / 12.30pm* e 2.30pm / 5.00pm*
Saturday 24 December 2022 – 9.30am / 12.30pm*
Monday 26 December 2022 – 9.30am / 12.30pm* e 2.30pm / 5.00pm*
Saturday 31 December 2022 – 9.30am / 12.30pm*
Sunday 1° January 2023 – 2.30pm / 5.00pm*
Every day from Monday 2 January 2023 to Sunday 8 January 2023 – 9.30am / 12.30pm* e 2.30pm / 5.00pm*
Closed on December 25, 2022.
full price € 5,00; concessions € 4,00; schools € 3,00.
Verdi‘s birthplace, Casa Barezzi and the Verdi theatre
€ 11,00 full price, concessions € 9,50, schools euros 6,50. This ticket is available at the Tourist information office of Busseto and at the Verdi Birthpalce.
Verdi Tourist Card holders are entitled to the reduced ticket at the Places of Verdi in Busseto .
Giuseppe Verdi was born in the evening of 10th October 1813 in Roncole Verdi, a small village in the country, 5 Kms southeast of Busseto.
In this modest building, located at a crossroads in the centre of the village, his father ran an inn and an attached grocery store, while his mother was a spinner. According to recent studies, the Verdis were a family of small landowners who were not illiterate. Yet, the sight of the unadorned and unfurnished rooms does not fail to touch the visitors at the thought of the triumphant goals achieved by the composer.
In 1913, the centennial of his birth, a bronze bust by G. Cantù was placed in the small garden in front of the house.
A new multimedial way of the museum is available.