The Museum holds records of the local history, traditions and customs. Several natural environments are recreated complete with plants, animals, mushrooms fossils and dioramas relating to the local fauna. The museum also has documents about the former Menaggio-Porlezza railway line, a music room and a collection of old farming tools. The museum is housed in Villa Camozzi built around the middle of the eighteenth century by the family De Gualtis. Then sold to Luigi Camozzi Camozzi, it remained in family ownership until 1977. In 1986 it was bought by the city of Grandola ed Uniti and used as the town hall and museum.