Ethnological Musem – Torla

The museum is on two floors, the lower of which houses the medieval crypt of Saint George where painted vaults from the 17th century depict the Saint slaying his dragon, and the upper floor which was used a presbytery; a place where the monks would meet in the 16th...

The Witch Museum – Tella

This museum has been opened in the old school mistress’s house and was set up with funds from the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park to encourage sustainable socioeconomic development. Enter the world of magic and witch craft, and learn about the ancient use of...

The Ethnological Museum – San Juan de Plan

The Ethnological museum is housed in a traditional building characteristic of the Gistain Valley. It’s been open for twenty years and its numerous exhibits include traditional clothing, Carnival, furniture and household utensils, the working life of farmers and...

The prison museum – Broto

The tower at Broto was used as a prison at the decree of Jaime 1st and later confirmed by his grandson Jaime 2nd in relation to the use of pastures. These powers allowed them to meet out justice, as well as deal with political and economic affairs; to the extent where...