This 1921 theater named after the 16th century Spanish author of "Don Quijote, Man of la Mancha," Miguel de Cervantes was rebuilt in 1961 after a fire. The stage was modernized and workshops were annexed. This is the most important theater for the production of plays by Argentine and Hispanic playwrights, and the country's only National Theatre. There is a museum where archives, costumes and photographs document criollo (local creole) theatrical history. Ticket prices vary according to performance.
- Open Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 09:00 PM
- Type: Dance, Theater
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