The Town Hall of Molinos is made up of several buildings of different styles and origins. The oldest of them all is a three-story defensive tower. It has access on the second floor, a jail on the first floor and a large viewpoint on the top floor, created at a later date.
Later, the town hall was built, wrapping the tower and creating a small hall under a lowered arch that gives access to the interior of the three-story building.
At the back of this building you can access the room where the work of Eleuterio Blasco Ferrer is exhibited, which communicates with the viewpoint of the tower where the works of the local art collective AGUARTE are exhibited.