Designed by the architect José Luis Martínez Cossio and located in Plaza Allende nearby to the sculpture of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. Expect this theatre to be busy during the Cerventino Festival.
Plaza Allende s / n, Guanajuato, Gto.
The Teatro Principal was built at the city’s height when the wealth of the mines attracted entertainers. It was the first theater in the city, built in the Neoclassical style and one of the few places where people of different social strata could enter.
The theater closed periodically during its early history due to sociopolitical upheavals. After the Mexican Revolution, it was converted into a movie theater. Shortly after this, it suffered a fire and closed for thirty years. Today, it is reconstructed and run by the University of Guanajuato as one of the main venues of the Cervantino Festival.
Hidalgo Street esq. Cantarranas s / n, Guanajuato, Gto.
The Juarez Theater is located across from the San Diego Church in the city center. It is one of the main venues of the Cervantino Festival. Teatro Juarez is considered to be one of the most beautiful theaters in the country, its Neo-classical style with a façade containing nine sculptures depicts the Muses of Greek mythology.
The theater was built from 1872 to 1903 by Antonio Rivas Mercado, and was inaugurated with the opera, Aida by Giuseppe Verdi with President Diaz in attendance. It is the only theater in the country that has conserved its original furnishings.
Calle Sopeña s / n, Guanajuato, Gto.
Equipped with the latest technology, complemented by a room or small auditorium for 130 people, 13 individual dressing rooms or collective heating lounge, sitting area and a cafe.
Road Pueblito de Rocha, s / n, Guanajuato, Gto.