This is a site of great importance for tradition, considered a Site of Cultural Interest (BIC).
It has a popular Water Wheel that was traditionally used to raise water from shallow wells, in addition to the representation of a typical barrack of the time.
It is a meeting place with unique pieces that speak of the heart of a culture, with various axes: agriculture, anthropology, and the culture of water.
Its interior houses extremely important elements such as silverware and earthenware, crystals from the Valarino factory in Cartagena, a collection of fans, ancient costumes, and multiple objects of great value to the local culture. There are also a barracks and the Ferris Wheel in the middle of a very well-kept place.