The main appeal of this museum is learning about the complex production process of flour in a former mill, transformed into a factory in the 19th century. Visitors can learn about different types of wheat, the systems used to grind wheat, the phases of the industrial process, and the operation of the hydraulic turbine.
The museum is situated on the site of the mill of the Granadella Cooperative, built with the support of the Mancomunidad of Catalonia in 1920. Visitors can see the installations and original machinery of the mill, as well as the process for producing extra virgin olive oil.
The J. Trepat factory led the transformation of the Catalan countryside throughout the 20th century with its agricultural machinery. The museum shows the former commercial department, offices and the first five warehouses which made up the factory, among which it is worth noting the foundry and mechanization and model workshops.
This is one of the few old industrial distilleries remaining in Catalonia, where grape pomace is distilled to produce liquor. Visitors to the museum space can observe the processes for obtaining alcohol and its derivates as well as personally viewing distillation and enjoying a small taster.