This was the first two-storey building in the city after landowner Vicente Casco had his sixteen sons, Dominguito, kidnapped by Indians and so, wanted to protect the rest of his family. It was made in neocolonial style and sits on a brick and mud foundation. A historical dance took place here after Federal Troops beat the Landowners troops in the Batalla de los Libres 7 November 1839. The historical Argentine film Camila narrating a tragic story of the 19th Century was made here. The Culture and the Municipal Historical Heritage Secretariats as well as a historical institute have their offices here.
Opening hours for visitors: Fridays from 13.00 Hs. to 19.00 Hs. and, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays from 09.00 hs. until 17.00 hs.; free of charge guided tours.