Rich in historical relics of all ages and origin, the objects are exposed in 15 rooms with Italian and foreign weapons, photographs dating back to the Great War, motivations for Gold Medals to the Military Valour awarded to the Grenadiers, planimetries of the main places where the units fought, flags and personal items. In one of the rooms there is the Memorial Monument of the Grenadiers: on its walls there are the names of overs 8.500 fallen soldiers written in gold letters.
The exposition itinerary follows the most intense historical periods from 1659, when the specialty of the Grenadiers was born, to 1848 and up to 1870; it continues with the colonial wars in Eritrea, 1896, and in Libya in 1911-1912. The weapons room shows samples of weapons captured from the enemy during the First World War and memories dedicated to the campaigns in Albania, Greece and Yugoslavia.
The itinerary continues in the room dedicated to the historical memories of the Spanish War (1936-1939) and Yugoslavian War (1941-1943) and later to the Council Room, where the Directive Border of the Museum used to meet. Going on to the stairs on the left, you arrive to the room of historical memories dedicated to the participation of the Grenadiers in the War of Liberation.
On the first floor there are: the Hall of Honour where the Rulers of Savoy, supporters of the Grenadiers' specialty, are remembered; two rooms dedicated to the Italian-Ethiopian War; a room for various historical relics; a room dedicated to the lieutenant Guido Zanetti and another one dedicated to the War Flags of the Grenadiers.
For its variety of historical documents, the Historical Museum of Grenadiers represents a reference point for those who want to know the events of this ancient and glorious Corps.