I don't identify with the few critical comments about this magical place. Surely it can only be dull if you're not into Puccini and operatics. In which case, why would you go anyway?
It doesn't set out to be an interactive theme park. This is a quiet, contemplative and intimate insight into the great man's life and work. It's the house where he was born and I was totally swept away by the atmospherics. Beautiful costumes, piano, countless scores and handwritten letters. The Turendot costume is amazing.
If you love opera, this is absolutely not to be missed. You will spend a very rewarding hour or so there.
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