In this historic building built in the years following the Christian conquest, architectural elements from later times are preserved, as well as objects and pieces that illustrate the contents on archaeology, and the ancient local agricultural productions.
Through original elements of the house, objects and tools, the ethnology room, shows the traditional crops of wheat, olive and vine, and the artisan production of flour, oil and wine.
In the archaeology room, tools made of flint, bone and deer antler, different working techniques and their chronology are represented.
In the space dedicated to prehistory, you can see pieces from the region, from the Lower Palaeolithic to the Bronze Age. Materials from the Iberian and Roman culture are also exhibited here.
In the noble room, other pieces from the medieval period are shown, with a large collection of ceramics.