The Museum of Popular Arts and Customs of Seville, created in 1972, is a museum dedicated to Andalusian ethnological heritage, both tangible and intangible, in the rooms of which there are displayed objects and utensils that document the customs, knowledge and ways of life typical of the traditional culture of the area.
The Casa de la Sierra, where the Municipal Tourist Office and Ethnological Museum are located, is one of Castilblanco de los Arroyos' most emblematic buildings. It was built in 1923 by Rafael Amorín Lazo and belonged to a wealthy family from that period.
The country estate, also known as Hacienda La Fuenlonguilla, is located half a kilometre along the road SE-457. It dates back to the mid-19th century, more specifically 1858. It was used for agricultural and livestock activities. The Hacienda’s original olive oil mill is still in perfect condition, as is the rest of the complex.
Osuna’s Ethnological Museum is located in the Palacio de los Hermanos Arjona y Cubas, an 18th-century building that housed the Local Agrarian Chamber for much of the last century.
The Lime Museum is located at the heart of the area known as "Las Caleras de la Sierra", in Morón de la Frontera.
The village is registered in the General Catalogue of Andalusian Historical Heritage as an Asset of Cultural Interest, under the heading of Site of Ethnological Interest.