Regarding CORE Museolgicos stands the Museum of Sacred Art and Ethnography. This is the most important and it can be seen pieces of great historical and artistic value that attest to a past of wealth anvel religious. From her real-magnfico esplio is an image of Our Lady of Help, painted wood, dating from the sixteenth century that belonged first chapel that existed in the Ribeira area built on the Ch floor in 1724. We can also observe an image of S o Jos in Baroque style, the eighteenth century, the origin would Conception Convent of Ponta Delgada and which was donated in 1856 by Governor Dr. Flix Borges to be placed in the old church in So Jos da Ribeira Ch At the Museum of Sacred Art also poss ble to replenish the high altar of the old church in So Jos da Ribeira Ch sacrrio the first dated 1902, an image of Santo Anto construction a workshop of the city of Porto in 1908 and the baptismal tank of water built in 1870 in the former ceramics factory of Milk, the town of Lagoa. Dry in ethnography, we can see different material on the old school, old costumes, clay figures, representing the "Joust" for So Pedro da Ribeira Grande, the procession of Our Lord, the Pilgrims S Michael and the Folies of the Holy Spirit. also important to note that there is a little dry devoted to the worship of the Holy Spirit is a collection of wooden crosses Performance created by a local craftsman. The yard tents Etnogrfico and Endemism Arico is divided into several seces: The rich Endemism; Medicinal Plants; Museum of agriculture, the Wine Museum, House of Prespios; House Craft and Conv Elderly violence and stalls of Arts and Crafts Traditional. As for the Museum of agriculture, built and opened during the year 1983 stand out inside the utensils linked Culture Pastel, which during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was a major source wealth from the Azores. Here was grown on a large scale, with proper manipulation of the resulting op, exported to Flanders and England. The stio Floor, in this parish, was the principal site of production. People from all over the island come here to grind or "walk" the pie, so to striking the name endured. Culture of parts relating Pastel, a m can be observed in stone, tray drying of pastel and the two swing. In the garden attached, so even today, planted a few copies of this dye plant. Also in the Yard ethnographic stay, we can observe eleven tents traditional arts and crafts, with emphasis on the tavern, shoe store, grocery store, barber shop, tools of agriculture and the tent of old toys. Along the Museum of agriculture, is the Wine Museum, where d known the utensils used to prepare it and saves this product. The third 'museum' rest, including Backyard Etnogrfico, appears in "House of Prespios" where you can see, various prespios built in various materials by artisans of the parish. In the House of Craft and Convvio Elderly, these are the form of a participation were active in community life, performing, among other activities, several works of craft that can be purchased by visitors. J Etnogrfico outside the yard tents House is located in the Museum of Mary of the Angels Melo, donated by his landlady Church, retaining all its original Traa. This museum was opened in 1996 and, within it, we can observe the environment domstic São Miguel, with atpica kitchen, bedroom Soto. This house noteworthy and deserves a closer look of who runs the CORE Museolgicos Ribeira Ch . . .