It is one of the most important cultural spaces in the country. Its modern design and the exceptional technological and acoustic conditions place it at the level of the best scenarios in the world for the presentation of large-scale shows.
- Auditorium Room/ Auditorium Hall: 196 people
- Main Room/Main Concert Hall: 1129 people
Franklin Rawson Provincial Museum of Fine Arts
It is considered one of the most important museums in the interior of the country. It has an area of 5,000 m2 with a room dedicated to local artists, another area for traveling exhibitions, and four complementary rooms that house the permanent collection of the Museum with works by important artists. In addition, the place has an auditorium that seats 170 people, a library, rooms for workshops, storage, assembly, conservation, and restoration areas, a coffee shop, and a commercial store.
- Auditorium: 170 people
Juan Victoria Auditorium
Concert Hall: With a capacity of 976 seats, this room is intended for the performance of classical music. The room has excellent acoustics, it features a German Walker organ, with 3565 tubes and 144 stops, a unique piece in South America.
Exhibition Hall: Along the Concert Hall, there are two foyers to the north and south, with a capacity of 800 and 1300 people respectively, which are used to exhibit plastic, photographic, and large-scale exhibitions, as well as for conferences or special events. The annual program is mainly dedicated to the exhibition of local, national, and international plastic arts.
Buenaventura Luna Amphitheater: This outdoor space can seat 800 people and its structure consists of reinforced concrete steps, wooden seats, and travertine floor. The acoustic control is made by lawn slopes and live fences that act as sound absorbers.
- Auditorium: 976 people
- South Foyer: free floor of 70 x 17 meters
- North Foyer: free floor of 70 x 10 meters
- Amphitheater: 800 people