El Cubo. Three large galleries where exhibitions of various types and origin are presented: from contemporary art to historical heritage, and from international to local production works.
Vizcaíno Station. Patio dedicated to local exhibitions. In it, we found the sculpture of Rubén Vizcaíno Valencia, by which the hallway is named after.
South Entrance. Easy access terrace with a view to one of the city’s main roundabouts. The space is used for intervention projects exhibitions, as well as events.
Mezanine. Along with El Cubo’s lobby, this area show contemporary art exhibitions.
Museum of the Californias. Permanent exhibit that show representative objects of the regional history, from prehistory to mid-20th century. Through more than 350 pieces, the exhibition tells the story of the different human groups that have populated the peninsula.
Central Gallery. Free-of-charge gallery dedicated to the exhibition of art of diverse origin and technique.
First Floor Exhibitions Gallery. Space used for contemporary art interventions performed by emerging artists. Next to it, we found the exhibit of the Works from the Collection series, which has a historical and patrimonial background.
Temporary Exhibitions Gallery of the Museum of the Californias. Area focused on history and heritage exhibitions which, mostly, relate to the permanent exhibit at the Museum of the Californias.
Museum of the Californias Lobby. Large space where an heterogeneous kind of exhibitions are mounted. It has been host of the International Banner Biennal, since its beginning.
Vidal Pinto Photography Hallway. Space dedicated exclusively to the art of photography. It consist of a long wall which can be seen by the people who walk by.
Theater Lobby. Area dedicated to local exhibitions of up coming artists. Its three sections are located below the mural Origins, by Álvaro Blancarte.
IMAX Lobby. Located as a transit point in one of CECUT most iconic buildings, the space works as an exhibition gallery to local artists, either professionals or amateurs.
Main Square. Large oudoor area that allows set up diverse pieces and exhibitions at reach of the audience gaze.
Caracol Garden. Green area that exhibits the typical flora of the region and the replicas of the most iconic sculptures of the main Mesoamerican cultures, as an attempt to build a regional and national, social and ecological identity.