This is one of the unique buildings that make up the City of Culture in Santiago, an extraordinary architectural landscape that perfectly represents the modern capital. The Gaias Museum Center stands out mainly for two reasons: first, for its spectacular, curvilinear, 140-foot-high façade, that will certainly surprise you; secondly, because it hosts interesting temporary national and international exhibitions on three floors and more than 75,000 square feet. In addition to these art exhibits, there are also educational activities, work spaces, and on occasion, even outdoor concerts featuring different musical styles such as hip hop, folk or classical music. Keep in mind that admission is free on Wednesdays.
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