The tour through the Museum may begin at either of the two sections, the historical one, located in the Torre del Homenaje (Keep), or the popular arts and traditions section, located in a wing connected to this tower. However, the recommended tour begins from the popular arts and traditions section, as the exhibition of pieces belonging to this section starts from the very entrance to the Museum and the patio, with agricultural tools and utensils.
In the second hall, you can find three models of oil mills from various periods, Arab ceramics found in the castle and popular ceramics of various origins. The last hall reproduces a typical Cazorla kitchen, with all its utensils, in addition to models of typical country houses and ceramic crockery.
With respect to the historical section, located in the Torre del Homenaje, it has three halls, the first is a chapel, with a Romanesque-Byzantine style Christ and a Baroque group of apostles in oil paintings. The second floor is the Weapons Hall, with collections of various weapons, as well as armours and various furnishings from the 16th and 17th century. Finally, on the third floor, the Nobility Room is located, with Flemish tapestries from the 17th century and bureaus from the 17th-18th century.