Clothing in which partisans went to fight, reproduced according to photos, are located in the partisan room, whereas the Italian room features an original fascist manifesto dating to 1935, which asked Italian families to surrender their gold to finance the construction of war weapons and a lictorial bundle, symbolic of the end of dictatorship.
On the second floor there is a multimedia room and a small library, a faithful reconstruction of an American headquarters and infirmary, the temporary exhibition room and the room dedicated to the First World War where various finds and Marco Luconi's collection of models can be admired.
Near the Museum is the restored monument dedicated to the victims of the Pianosinatico massacre and from there you can take two routes, a short one of 1.5 km and a longer one of about 8 km, along which you can see the remains of bunkers and emplacements. Two of the bunkers have been faithfully reconstructed according to Todt's historical specifications and are equipped with period material and can also be visited inside.
For more information about museum tours and other routes: Associazione Laltrolato del Caposaldo