The Hinojosa del Duque Ethnological Museum is located in a stately house from the s. XVIII, approximately.
Initially, it was owned by a family of wealthy peasant farmers. Over the years, it became the vertical union, but when democracy entered, the unions of farmers and the agrarian chambers were created.
Once the agrarian chambers disappear, the building becomes part of the Hinojosa del Duque Town Hall. On March 23, 2010 it was inaugurated as an Ethnological Museum, being a national benchmark. The Hinojosa del Duque Ethnological Museum aims to publicize the lifestyle, customs and trades that have developed in our city since time immemorial.