The exhibition is distributed on three floors which show the process of the granite, from its creation in the inner depths of the Earth to the end, when it is used in the building processes.
José María Gabriel y Galán (1870-1905), son of a humble rural family, was a poet in love with the Salamancan and Extremaduran lands, who escaped modernism in search of rather traditional values such as family, tradition, Catholicism and countryside life.
Shepherds' and particularly transhumant shepherds' life is detailed in several interpretive display panels located in the access to the chapel of Nuestra Señora del Gozo, next to the bull ring of the municipality.
The region of Bajo Tormes, linked to the area of the Arribes del Duero in the municipality of Trabanca, has great ethnographic wealth. There are a large number of different auxiliary buildings such as bothies, chivitero goat pens and tenada sheep huts.
tenada sheep hut hosts several explanatory panels on stonework history, the construction of Roman roads and the modern industry of granite quarrying, together with a small collection of tools.
The pens and tenadas (huts to shelter flocks of sheep during the night) adjacent to a modern restaurant host a major collection of ethnographic objects placed in context.