This new addition to the city's thriving art scene is set in a restored Miramar landmark, a striking pink building dating to 1913. Engaging, interactive exhibitions focus on design and the decorative and visual arts, from modernism to the present, with text in Spanish and English. It also hosts talks, workshops and courses; guided tours on request.

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1. Instituto de Subcultura

0.33 MILES

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2. Parque Jaime Benítez

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3. La Ventana al Mar

0.45 MILES

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