This tower has undergone many variations in its structure, especially since the mid-s. XIX. It is unknown to which family it belongs, but the building is characterized as a garden building of low noble rank, possibly typical of a Cavaller and associated with agricultural properties. In December 1990, restoration works were carried out in order to locate the Archaeological Museum. The museum is organized on four floors. On the ground floor it shows us detailed information on the characteristics of the tower, as well as its excavation and rehabilitation. On the first floor, he introduces us through explanatory panels and archaeological pieces from prehistory, at the origins of the first settlers in the area. In the second, it chronologically opens the Iberian, Roman, Islamic and Christian world through findings from archaeological excavations in our population. Finally, the third floor is reserved for temporary exhibitions.
From October to May from Wednesday to Sunday from 1 to 2 pm. and from 7 to 8 p.m. June and September from Wednesday to Sunday from 1 to 2 pm. and 20 to 20.45 h. July and Augustfrom Wednesday to Friday from 1 to 1.45 p.m.
Tickets: General 1.05 euros. Reduced € 0.55 (youth card, retired, unemployed, groups of 20 or more). Children under 7 years, disabled and researchers free.