Grancia country hamlet houses the Visitor Center and the Naturalistic Museum of the Reserve. The exhibit itinerary begins on the ground floor, with a hall dedicated to the presentation of the characteristic environments of the Reserve and with the reconstruction of underground environments (the karstic caves). The tour continues on the upper floor with three rooms dedicated to three different issues: the human exploitation of the Reserve over the centuries, the beech forest environment, and the cliffs. The way in which the center has been prepared aims at involving as much as possible the visitor who, from simple observer should become an active subject, able to interact with the issues considered.
The last floor houses, besides the offices for the staff, the audiovisual hall and the control panel of the automatic monitoring system of the Reserve made of two video-cameras connected via radio with the operative offices and dedicated to the shooting of the wildlife, to the monitoring of the waterfall, and to the firefighting service. Moreover, the Visitor Center is provided with a library and a scientific lab dedicated to groups of students and researchers.