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Théâtre national (Teatro Nacional)
Théâtre national (Teatro Nacional)

Théâtre national (Teatro Nacional)

Du lundi au samedi de 9h à 16h
National Theatre of Costa Rica, San Jose

Infos pratiques

Le théâtre est situé sur la 2e avenue entre la 3e et la 5e rue dans la capitale et est ouvert aux visiteurs du lundi au samedi de 9 h à 16 h. L'entrée est de 7 $. Visitez le site Web du théâtre pour obtenir des informations sur les performances et un calendrier mensuel mis à jour.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The National Theater is an ideal spot for art and culture lovers.
  • A gift and coffee shop is located just off the lobby.
  • Tours are offered in English and Spanish.
  • The theater is wheelchair-accessible.
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How to Get There

The National Theater is located on Avenida Segunda between Calle 3 and Calle 5 in the center of downtown San José. Walking is one of the best ways to get around the compact city as traffic can get chaotic and parking can be difficult to find. Public buses are plentiful and inexpensive. Be aware that drivers don’t often speak Spanish and they accept only local currency. The closest stops are Sabana Estadio and Barrio Luján, on opposing corners across the way.

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When to Get There

The theater is open daily from morning until evening. Check the calendar for performance schedules. Free tours of the building take place typically at 11am and 3pm. Peak season in Costa Rica is from mid-December to April during the dry season. Come in March for the annual International Festival of the Arts when the capital city transforms into a giant stage with live concerts and festivities, organized by the National Theatre.

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Wildcard

National Museum After catching a performance at the theater, visit the National Museum just down the street. Housedxa0 in the barracks of the Bellavista Fortress, the museum displays indigenous and pre-Columbian artifacts, religious artwork, and geological and archaeological pieces linked to the country’s colorful history since 1950. Separate rooms explore ancient cultures dating back some 12,000 years, as well as collections of ornate jewelry, medallions, and statues made of gold.

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