The exhibition, housed in the building where Gioacchino Rossini was born on February 29, 1792, is the result of numerous donations. Consisting of four floors and a basement, made in stages between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries. The core of the collection consists of the legacy of the great Parisian collector Alphonse Hubert Martel. The donation took place around the end of the '800, while the Museum was organized and open to the public, on February 29, 1904; on the same date the building was declared a national monument. The Museum is divided into two main sections: the ground floor which is entirely devoted to the interpreters of Rossini, and the upper floor which houses the prints depicting the artist, including a drawing of Gustave Doré (1831-1883), in 1869, representing Rossini on his deathbed.
The ticket is free: up to 19 years; holders of the Card "Pesaro Cult" every third Sunday of the month from November to May; in the absence of temporary events for handicapped and guide for members of ICOM (International Council of Museums); for journalists equipped with professional card.
Special rates for school groups: groups of 15 to 25 pupils € 2.50 for a single structure; € 3.00 Civic Museums Palace Moscow + Casa Rossini; free admission for groups of 15 to 25 students who make use of guided tour or teaching.
Disabled access: no