Garments of Christians and Moors are exhibited in the museum. Ornaments used in the festivity in honour of the Holy and True Cross, celebrated from the 1st until the 5th of May, are also presented, as well as traditional embroidered garments with gold and silk which los Caballos del vino carry during the morning of the 2nd of May.
Apart from lodging the new Museo de la Fiesta, this building also houses the Casa del Artesano. The building is from the 17th century and it first belonged to don Luis de Mora. Later on, it passed to the Uribe family in the 17th century whose descendant was the Marquis of San Mamés.
The building has four floors distributed in 2.000 square meters inside of a land plot of 2.100 square meters.