Crodo gave its name to the famous “Crodino” and the mineral waters that flow from rich springs located within the thermal Park (Valle d’Oro and Cistella) and around (Lisiel and Nova). The legend says that on the way back a Crusader was miraculously cured of the disease drinking this water.
You can visit:
Visitor center of Natural Park Veglia Devero
Offering an information point, exhibition areas, educational workshops, multimedia devices.
Geological Laboratories Gian Battista Castiglioni
Focused on geological and mineralogical aspects of the territory between Crodo, Veglia Devero Park, Antigorio Formazza valleys, with fully equipped laboratory for educational activities.
Dedicated to the fauna of the Veglia Devero Park. The setting faithfully reproduces the places of the park through painted backgrounds and natural findings real or artificial. There is also an area for an educational section dedicated to butterflies and interactive games.
Information Point Nature Network 2000 (Rete Natura 2000)
Multimedia section complete with video installations, interactive content, virtual tours that focus on the heritage of the European ecological network for the protection of biodiversity.
Mineral water Museum Carlo Brazzorotto
Born from the collection of over 80,000 labels and 9,000 bottles of mineral water samples donated by Carlo Brazzorotto, also includes the first machines of pouring of the Terme di Crodo (water springs), posters and other advertising items.
Mineralogical Museum of Ossola Aldo Roggiani and Angelo Bianchi
Mineralogical section of the Study Center, Centro Studi Piero Ginocchi, with some samples and taking care of the educational exhibition, ensuring the scientific support to researchers and coordination of scientific research in minerals of the Veglia Devero Park.