Visit the Pavese Museum and places
You can choose between an autonomous visit during our opening hours or a guided tour. Whatever your choice, reservation is recommended through the form below.
If you opt for the first, you can freely visit the Pavese Museum and the adjacent desecrated Church of Saints James and Christopher, where Cesare Pavese got baptized and where we currently set up our exhibitions. If you opt for the latter, after a tour of the museum and the church, our guides will accompany you to the house where Cesare Pavese was born (2-hour tour) and, upon request, to the workshop-house of Nuto, Pavese’s long-time friend featuring in The Moon and The Bonfires (3-hour tour).
Meanwhile you can dive into Cesare Pavese’s world watching Io vengo di là (I come from there), the 3-season series we produced on some of the key places related to Pavese’s life and works.
Pre-book your visit
Guided tours to Fondazione Cesare Pavese, the Pavese Museum and the Pavese places take place on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays. Meeting point: Fondazione Cesare Pavese. Departures: 10.00, 14.00 and 16.00 (groups upon reservation). From 9 January to 3 April 2023 (winter season) the service is available only on Saturdays.
Guided tours for groups and schools (upon reservation only)
Besides the above mentioned days and times, the service is also available on weekdays during the opening hours of the Foundation. Reservations must be made at least 24 hours before the day of the visit through the form below, indicating day and preferred slot (subject to availability).
- Museum autonomous visit: € 8,00
- Museum guided tour : € 10,00
- Museum + birthplace (guided tour): € 12,00
- Museum + birthplace + Nuto’s house (guided tour): € 17,00
Groups (15-25 people), schools and students:
- Museum guided tour : € 8,00
- Museum + birthplace guided tour: € 10,00
- Museum + birthplace + Nuto’s house guided tour: € 15,00
- under 12
- people with disabilities (with pass, carer free)
- journalists (with pass)
- tour guides (with pass)
- 1 teacher every 15 students