Montehermoso Culture Centre
Montehermoso Culture Centre is located in a 16th century Renaissance building and is a place where works of art of contemporary thought are produced and displayed.
It has small-sized meeting rooms and additionally two very unique areas: a cloister and the city's former water tank, the latter of which is two floors below ground level. This unique building, located right in the centre of the medieval quarter has over 2,800 m2 of exhibition space, a restaurant, garden, terrace and organic garden with vegetables and aromatic plants.
This Italianate theatre was opened in 1918, following the Zarzuela theatre-model of Madrid. It was reformed in 1992 and is home to the city's music, theatre and dance programmes. It can also be used to hold events.
Jesús Guridi music conservatory
This contemporary building is very near the Palacio Europa. It has a 650-seater auditorium and multipurpose rooms. It is owned by the city council.
Las Caballerizas (stables)
Las Caballerizas date from the 19th century and have been restored to reflect their original spirit. They have a VIP meeting room and a room specially prepared for organising courses and presentations (for up to 120 people). The building's most distinguishing feature is the Zamaltzain (meaning horse groom in Basque) covered gallery with capacity for 150 people, which provides any events, organised here with a touch of both nobility and rustic charm. The building also has an open-air car park.
Fernando Buesa Arena
This is a multipurpose arena with capacity for up to 15,504 spectators. It has held different sporting competitions, notably basketball. It is also used to organise major exhibitions, concerts, large-scale events and festivals. It has an open-air car park.
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