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Things you need to know to

Organize your visit


The Museum is located on the second floor of an architecturally restricted historic home.

The Museum has a stairlift that can be used by people with motor disabilities; the use of the stairlift must be booked – at least 2 days before the visit – at the ticket office.

Please note that two rooms of the museum are not accessible to people with motor disabilities.



Inside the Ticket Office-Bookshop of the Puccini Museum there is a conference room with an audio-video equipment.

The room is available to groups of visitors and their guides upon reservation, to view operas, films and documentaries on Puccini. This opportunity can be sized especially when the group is made up of more than 25 people: while half of the group visits the museum, the other half is welcomed into the room, and vice versa.

Visit supports

Guided tours – in Italian – every Saturday and Sunday at 12.00. In English every Friday from June to September, at 12.00. Duration approximately 1 hour (max 10 people). The guided tour is included in the ticket price.

Private guided tours by reservation – call, send an email, or directly at the Bookshop to book your guided tour on the day and time you choose, based on the availability of the staff. The visits are available in the following languages: Italian, English, French, Spanish. For groups of students, schools or adults (min. 10/max 25 people) it is mandatory to send the completed booking form.

Plan of the museum with essential information in Italian, English, French, German and Spanish.

Room information sheets and captions of the items exhibited in Italian and English.


Our Bookshop is located in Piazza Cittadella, right in front of the statue of Giacomo Puccini. The spaces have been renovated, bringing back the original appearance of the ancient carriage passage leading to Palazzo Mazzarosa with the sandstone flooring, the vaults and the ancient wrought iron gate where the date still appears today: 1785.

The Bookshop offers to the visitor gift items, stationery and objects with the traditional images of the historic Ricordi Graphic Arts, elegant accessories for evenings at the theatre, posters, a vast choice of publications dedicated to the life and work of Giacomo Puccini in various languages, children’s publishing, sheet music and scores, CDs and DVDs.

The Bookshop also offers a series of original Puccini Museum branded gadgets, on exclusive sale at the bookshop in Lucca and at the Puccini Festival in Torre del Lago.

By purchasing the items on sale in our bookshop you will support the activities of the Puccini Museum and protect the Maestro’s artistic and cultural legacy.

Tue ‒ Thu: 09am ‒ 07pm
Fri ‒ Mon: 09am ‒ 05pm

Adults: $25
Children & Students free

673 12 Constitution Lane Massillon
781-562-9355, 781-727-6090