- Type: Culture
NileGuide Expert tip:
Families in Rio should check the cultural agenda at this cultural center, as regular children's activities are held here - including musical workshops and kids' theater performances
A pink-hued 18th Century mansion is the ornate setting for this cultural center, which opened its doors to a curious public in 1979. Today it hosts photography exhibitions as well as holding workshops in dance, music and theater. The exhibitions are varied and almost always worth a visit and the grounds are a pleasant place to sit back, relax and watch the budding performers hone their skills.
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