- CATEGORY: Cultural Centers
- PHONES: (981) 816 1782
This interesting building comes from the 18th century, when it was built. Originally, it spanned from the corner of Hidalgo Street with Comercio (now 57 x10 Street), and continued there. The property was sectioned until this century, the houses we see today were built on that moment. The building was restored by the Government of the State on 1998, turning it into a Cultural Center known as House 6.
The setting has the customs and practices of the 19th century as its main theme. Most of the furniture and accessories are replicas. However, there are original accessories, for example, the large porcelain vases of an Old Paris style located in the corners; the white porcelain figurines representing the four seasons of the year, and other furniture.
In this Cultural Center take place different activities: book presentations, cultural and artistic exhibitions, also, it has the Román Piña Chan bookstore and a souvenirs store in its premises.
Lic. Margarita Pereza Jiménez
Tel. (981) 816 1782