Arocena Museum



REVIEW

The Arocena Museum (Arocena Laguna Cultural Center, Non-profit Association) is a wide and modern museum with interesting halls of contemporary art, European Art, New Spain and regional history Art established in Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico. It is located on a 5 thousand sq. meters land in what used to be the old Casino de la Laguna, and the building was restored and equipped with state of the art technology. The collection has more than 300 pieces of Viceroyal, European and Mexican art that were acquired by the Arocena Family over the last hundred years. Due to its value and variety, this collection can be considered one of the most important in the country. In 2010, the “Casa Historica Arocena” opened as a cultural annex dedicated to interpret what now is known as “Golden Age” at the Comarca Lagunera. In March 2012, it is remodeled once again to offer new exhibit halls and other world class cultural services at the Old Chinese Bank (Russek Building). The three projects form the Arocena Museum and altogether have more than 8 thousand square meters of exhibition area making it a cultural center and museum of great impact for the visitors.

ADDRESS

Cepeda 354 Sur, esquina con Hidalgo y Juárez, Col. Torreón Centro, C.P. 27000, Torreón, Coahuila

OPENNING HOURS

Thursday, 10:00 - 20:00 hrs.
martes, miércoles, viernes, sábado y domingo, 10:00 - 18:00 hrs.
$10.00 estudiantes, maestros y gente del INAPAM. Domingo entrada libre para todo público.

PRICES

$30

SERVICIOS

Guide visits | Special visits | Store | Workshops | Restaurant | Ramp | Parking | Sending of monthly programming and special events | Clases | Conferences | Café | Library | Auditorium | Audio archive library

CONTACT

Ma. Isabel Fernández Estrada
Tel. (871) 712 0233
info@musa.org.mx

ACTIVITIES OF THIS PRECINCT

Wicked City

November 16 to 17 2019

Metropolis

November 23 to 24 2019

Tekkonkinkreet

November 30 to December 01 2019

The Happiness

December 01 2019

Saturnino Herrán and Other Modernists

August 29 2019 to January 12 2020

European Art

December 13 2017 to December 31 2019