One of the best ways to understand the idiosyncrasy of a city is to visit its most representative buildings, mingle with the people, observe their chores, enjoy the spectacular spaces. All kinds of documents on the artistic, historical, scenic and gastronomic wealth of Arnedo and La Rioja are available to visitors. If you want to get to know the city of Arnedo in depth, there are guided tours such as the visit to the Cave of the Hundred Pillars, the Castle of Arnedo, or the church of San Cosme and San Damián, among others. They also have the permanent exhibition La Celtibera, which shows the findings made at the Celtiberian site of San Miguel. The Nuevo Cinema building dates from 1951 and is the only example of a public building with a correct historicist language that has survived. The building housed a cinema, which included a stalls and a henhouse, as well as the two entrance halls, and a part used as a casino, and later as a bar-cafeteria. Acquired by Arnedo Town Council in October 2014, it was refurbished and in 2017 it hosted the exhibition La Rioja Tierra Abierta, and later housed the services of the municipal tourism area.