Museo Reperti Bellici


The museum holds the testimonies of several of the events of the First and Second World War. Capovalle was a village on the border of the Austro-Hungarian empire and the Kingdom of Italy. During the First World War, in its surroundings, tunnels and trenches were built, in particular on Mount Stino; a mountain overlooking the town and Lake Idro.
The artefacts are exhibited in two separate rooms, divided into the finds dating from the First and Second World War respectively. The museum also holds two realistic reconstructions of military barracks.
The findings include, among others; military clothing, supplies, weapons and medals.

Open from 2:00pm to 5:00pm on the second Sunday of April, second and fourth Sunday of May and September, every Sunday of June, July and August; and open on exception by booking request only.