Puccini's Birth Home is the heart of an organised museum complex following the traces left by the great composer. The Puccini Museum, a chance to rediscover his personality, passions and genius.
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Summer 2021 – Themed guided tours

Visits with aperitif at 18:00 June 25 Puccini and the art of dressing – Giacomo Puccini has always been considered an icon of men’s fashion, an arbiter elegantiarum, an example of style and class, so much so that he has become a “testimonial” of clothing and accessories. July 23 Turandot: the Princess imagined by the […]

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Cartoline pucciniane – Edizione 2021

  The 8th edition of “Cartoline Pucciniane” – evening recitals for voice and piano in the suggestive Piazza del Giglio– will animate Lucca’s summer starting on 17th June. This year’s edition is dedicated to a selection of arie, duetti and concertati accompanied by piano music. Organized and promoted by Giacomo Puccini Foundation, Teatro del Giglio […]

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Turandot and the fantastic East of Puccini, Chini and Caramba

“Turandot and the fantastic East of Puccini, Chini and Caramba” is the new exhibition of the Textile Museum Foundation dedicated to the Lyric Theatre and Art of the first two decades of the 20th century. The exhibition will be open until 21st November 2021, and is the result of a long and careful research carried […]

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Guided tours of the Puccini Museum

From June to September every Friday at 12 noon it is possible to visit Giacomo Puccini’s birthplace with the guide in English for free, the cost is included in the ticket price. Free guided tours in Italian are held every Saturday and every  Sunday of the month at 12.00. The visit lasts about 1 hour and is […]

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Opening times

Until 30 September 2021

Birth Home Museum

10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Last admission 30 minutes before closing

Bookshop &  Ticket Office

9:30 am – 7:30 pm

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Conventions

Visitors to the Puccini Museum are entitled to exclusive benefits covering a network of cultural institutions.