Located in the basement of the Consistory, the exhibition chronicles the transformation of the Esera valley and the lives of its people through as election of pieces from the old power plant and a superb collection of photographs belonging to the Historical Foundation of FECSA-Endesa and the City Council Heritage Archive Seira.
The collection reveals numerous graphic evidence of previous works, the construction of the hydroelectric plant and the adequacy of auxiliary structure. The exhibition is complemented by an interesting collection of electric industrial archeology, among which a Francis turbine runner, a rheostat and various types of transformers among others.
Seira Town ship has provided essential parts as animal carts used by one of the brigades of works from the company.
The museum is the starting point for an interesting tour through the history of Seira, written in its architecture and urban planning a special invite them to know.
Adress: Avda Pirenaica, 8
Telephone: 974 553 131
Opening Schedule: Summer of 10h to 14h and from 16h to 19h, except Wednesday afternoons. Rest of the year Monday to Friday from 10h to 14h, excluding holidays.