Trip Planner : South America / Argentina / Capital Federal District / Buenos Aires / Sightseeing / Centro Cultural Kirchner
Centro Cultural Kirchner, Buenos Aires
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Take a guided tour of Centro Cultural Kirchner to explore the historical building's spacious rooms and concert halls. Built in the early 20th century, the building served as the main post office for many years, and for a time held the offices of Juan Peron. Observe the large structure, built in an eclectic Beaux Arts style and named after president Nestor Kirchner. Inside, you can wander the halls, see exhibitions, enter the replica of the Eva Peron room, and see the "Blue Whale"--the large main auditorium and concert hall. Put Centro Cultural Kirchner at the forefront of your travel plans using our Buenos Aires vacation builder.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
Hermoso homenaje a Borges y a su obra en el magnífico edificio del correo. Recomendable el nivel de las exposiciones.Beautiful tribute to Borges and his work in the magnificent building of the mail. Recommended level of exposures.show original
Recomendo conhecer, não será um local que ficará marcado como excelente, mas que pelas exposições e arquitetura, além da localização bem no centro de Buenos Aires, vale a pena!Recommend meet, it won't be a place that will be marked as excellent, but that the exhibitions and architecture, in addition to the location right in the Centre of Buenos Aires, it is worth!show original
Es un edificio hermoso con unos salónes inmensos lastima que la mayoría de ellos están solos ,tienen exposiciones temporales y permanentesIt is a beautiful building with a huge banquet it hurts that most of them are alone, they have temporary and permanent exhibitionsshow original
Beautiful cultural space in the heart of Buenos Aires. They have many great free events. Try and go to a show inside La Ballena Azul ("the blue whale") - it's a wonderful theater space!
Despite the fact that the person funding this center was the most corrupt and worst president Argentina has ever seen, Cristina did a very nice job here. One can spend 2 days fully exploring everything the center has to offer. I doubt anyone really knows how much she spent on or pocketed from this center. :)
Alan Rafael Oberto Jimenez
Alejandro Carrillo Jiménez
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.