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“A great collection of modern art venues”

Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT)
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Tijuana Shopping Adventure from Anaheim
Ranked #1 of 68 things to do in Tijuana
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Owner description: This museum chronicles the early history of the Baja peninsula.
Reviewed 28 May 2018

A great collection of art and theatre venues offering different styles and types of entertaining. Good vibe. Very modern.

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"an aquarium"
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"book fair"
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"all kinds"
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Reviewed 16 May 2018

During a walking tour of Tijuana, this was one of our stops. We got tickets and went through the upstairs area which describes the history of the area; quite fascinating. Didn't expect to see an attraction of this caliber when we started the tour. Tijuana continues to surprise me (in a very good way). Would definitely recommend a visit.

2  Thank David W
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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

The main exhibit displays the history of Baja California from the dinosaur age to around the setup of the new US Mexico border. The displays are in Spanish and English however side exhibits are solely in Spanish. Don't just come to take a picture of the dome that houses the IMAX theatre but go into the complex and spend a couple of hours, also go into the botanical gardens and have a stroll. There is a coffee shop and clean toilets. Entrance to the museum is free but there are charges for the IMAX.

2  Thank Hichu
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

Love the architecture and staff. The natural history portion is good, not great, but definitely worth seeing. The art exhibits are wonderful. I'll go again and again.

1  Thank SandraLikesToTravel
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Reviewed 23 January 2018

While visiting we decided spontaneously to visit CECUT to see a movie in the IMAX Theater. We were surprised to find that on that daythere was a celebration of the three holy kings on that day in Mexico where a special sweet bread is eaten traditionaly on that day called "Rosca" and that around the entire theatre there was a huuuuge rosca that was being given away. It was meters and meters long. It was atreat for the children as well as for us. We later went into the theatre and saw the most amazing movie about Baja California wildlife, specifically speaking sealife and littoral mammals, narrated by mexican scientists and wildlife experts. The takes were wonderful and the audio magnificent. The Theater was only half full. There is an Elevator for disabled guests which was good. Parking was private and easily accesible. Prices extremely reasonable. Did not have more time to explore the rest of CECUT. Definitely recommended.

3  Thank Gaby E
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