Granted this has very historical significance as the birthplace of Puccini and I certainly would say that, at the price, it is worth visiting. However it is very sparsely furnished and is more a museum to letters/music scores. Well routed tour with good audio but not somewhere that would take up much time to visit. His house at Torre del Lago is much more atmospheric.
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