Cultural Center Ex School of Christ

City of Aguascalientes

A Cradle of knowledge since its beginnings, the Centro Cultural Ex Escuela de Cristo pleasantly surprises visitors with the rich content of its exhibits.

Enjoy the cultural life of the city, the temporary exhibitions, guided tours and the range of events that the center offers in its program.

Andador Benito Juárez 107, Downtown

(449) 915.1691

(449) 915.5167

(449) 915.5274


Tuesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.


After your visit, don’t forget to take a stroll along the walkway Andador Juárez, where you’ll find all kinds of stores.

The building that is now the Cultural Center was named Escuela Pía or Escuela de Cristo. Its patron in 1773 was Francisco Rivero y Gutiérrez, an Indian of Cantabrian origin who founded the first public school in Aguascalientes.

Despite being the first public school in the state it was later abandoned for several years. However, in 2004 it was permanently ceded to the society of Aguascalientes.

What was once a classroom is now a gallery displaying beautiful works of art It also features a walkway where artists delight visitors with their presentations and exhibitions.

Photo gallery

Viva Aguascalientes