Next to the Church of Our Lady of the Conception and formerly communicated, today its convent can be appreciated.
This is a 16th-century building erected by the Franciscan congregation. Even today you can see its rooms and mainly a brick cloister with arched openings, originally open, that illuminated the galleries.
On the ground floor were the common dining room and its kitchens, with access to a cellar.
In the centre of its patio, there are still two stone cisterns, initially used for water supply. In the course of its history, this site was sold and used as houses and an inn by its new owner, while its church was rented for a theatre. It was not until 1894 that this site was ceded to the Bishopric and conditioned to offer religious services again.
In 2013, the building was successfully restored and is currently home to the City of Mula Museum.