Dance, theatre, concerts, art, and a whole lot more. This place has space for any form of culture!
Great cultural diversity.
This cultural centre is located in the traditional, exclusive Recoleta Neighbourhood, north of the city of Buenos Aires. It occupies a building, which used to be the old Viamonte General Asylum and is one of the city’s most important cultural spaces. Inaugurated in December 1980, it got its current name in 1990. Here you will find a large variety of activities, comprising demonstrations and art exhibitions, concerts, performances, dance, book readings, poetry recitals, electro-acoustic music and audiovisual shows. Inside, you will find the Museum of Participative Science, with the tagline “Forbidden Not To Touch”. This is the perfect visit if you are travelling with young ones, as it offers interactive educational elements on physical phenomena. The centre hosts many courses and workshops throughout the year, for both kids and grown-ups, dealing with different areas of the visual arts. The terrace displays a series of walls cut to look like old ruins, and offers a panoramic view of the city.