The Atrio de San Francisco (St Francis’s Atrium) program is one of the cultural projects of the Foundation for the Historic Center of Mexico City, providing an open space of encounter, dialogue and coexistence that seeks to bring the people who live, work and visits the Historic Center closer to artistic and cultural manifestations.
Some of the activities that take place in the Atrio de San Francisco for free include: music cycles, screening of documentaries, sculptural and photographic exhibitions, exhibitions and montages related to traditional festivities such as the Día de Muertos (Day of the Death), Día de Reyes (Day of the three wise men), Día de la Candelaria (Day of Our Lady of Candelaria), among others.
The Atrio de San Francisco is located next to the Latin American Tower, on the street of Francisco I. Madero # 7. Because of its strategic location on the most important pedestrian road access to the Historic Center, the atrium is a reference point that receives thousands of visitors every year.
CYCLES OF CONCERTS IN THE ATRIUM
OUTDOOR FILM CYCLES