Landmark n°6. Casa de la Cultura Talagante (Talagante Cultural Center)
This house emerges as a space that promotes the arts and the maintenance of the culture of the area, promoting the various artistic expressions that support local identity.
It is a non-profit corporation where more than 30 workshops are offered, some paid and others free. This modern building was completed in 2012 and based its architecture on the GAM building in Santiago.
They have a museum of Polychromatic Crockery, which is an artform characteristic of the place, with a 200 year-old tradition, taught from one generation to the next.
Address: Av. Bernardo O´Higgins 3201. Right by Balneario Tegualda.
Suggesions: Schedule ahead.
Hours: Tuesdays through Fridays, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm and 3:00 am to 6.00 pm
The museum can be visited in the same hours.
Contact: Executive Director, Manuel Vergara Valenzuela, Phone: +56-2-2815-4501
Services: Access for people with reduced mobility and adapted toilets.