Located just five minutes from the border, the Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT) has become the most recognized symbol in Tijuana. On nearly nine acres of land, it is visited by 1.5 million people annually. In 2010, it offered nearly 13 000 cultural events, including festivals of dance, guitar, theater, literature, poetry, folk traditions, concerts, exhibitions, conferences, cultural harvest, IMAX movies and video theater, among others.
It is the largest cultural center in the northwest of Mexico, and the only institution in the National Council for Culture and the Arts outside the capital. Since its founding in 1982, its creators have striven to meet the artistic and cultural needs of Tijuana and Baja California through a variety of cultural exhibitions, classes and workshops.
Hours: Daily: 9:00am-7:00pm. Exhibits are closed on Mondays.