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What a great museum! So much to see and take in. As my mother had sung with him at Carnegie Hall as a young woman, I've always been very curious about him. This is a very comprehensive museo and filled in a lot of missing...More
This is a fabulous exhibition. The house is close to other major sites in Parma. Each room is filled with important original artifacts, documents, letters, photos, artwork, posters, and programs. Verdi, Wagner, Puccini, Caruso, Tebaldi, and many others. The Director of the Casa and his...More
The place isn't where he lived, that was in a posh area in Milano where La Scala and the big money are. That said you can really get an idea of Toscanini origins: not upperclass, There are a lot of memorabilia there some very interesting...More
This is a small museum honoring Arthro Toscanini. There are videos of him in various room. There is no cost to enter, but they do take donations. This is the actual home where he was born. A must see when in Parma. We so enjoyed...More
If you like classical music, than it is a must to visit this house. Small 2 storey building packed with a lot of information abour the big Maestro. There is a very good video where you can learn different aspects of him
Why not make a small detour before/after your visit to the Parco Ducale? Unless, of course, you want to make it a destination. I found it well worth it. Pictures and mementos of the Maestro in all his glory. Small museum, not overwhelming with friendly...More
If you're even a little interested in Toscanini, you'll find this little museum very interesting. It doesn't have a very didactic approach - the rooms are themed, but they don't narrate a very structured story - but there are plenty of intriguing memorabilia from nearly...More
Arturo Toscanini stands as one of the greatest, perhaps THE greatest conductor of all times. He knew Verdi and Puccini and conducted their works. He created the NBC Symphony, conducted at the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic and at the Bayreuth Festival in...More
Small house packed with interesting photos and information about Toscanini. There are two videos that are outstanding one on the top floor was so very good about his life from childhood on. He was an amazing man.
Museum is located in a small 2 storey house approximately a 300 metre walk from the end of the Ponte Giuseppe Verdi on the other side of the river (although there didn't appear to be any water in it) from the Centro storico.