The Museum collects the music of the First World War that is broadcasted in the background during the visit in order to make the viewing of the precious historical relics more interesting.
It is also possible to watch four historical-military authentic documentary films, composed of scenes filmed on the battlefield, of varying length and topic.
The Museum has also got a great photographic documentation as well as finds and relics of the First World War, with particular reference to the responsibility area of the 3rd Army: the Carso and the low Piave.
When it was instituted in 1956, the Museum offered a collection of documents, finds and relics coming from the heritage of the personal secretary of the Duke of Aosta at war, General Nino Villasanta.
The main works are the Chapel of Scrovegni, built in 1303, the Saint Cathedral, the Reason Palace and the Signori Square with the Captain Palace.