The Àgora building houses CaixaForum València which has a useful area of 6,500 square meters
CaixaForum València has a useful area of 6,500 square meters and has two large exhibition halls located on the ground floor.
Caixaforum València is located in the bowels of the agora building of the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, specifically, between the l’Assut de l’Or bridge and the Oceanogràfic.
The cultural complex also has multipurpose classrooms, an auditorium, family and educational spaces, a bookstore, and a restaurant.
Likewise, it installs two permanent sculptures by Inma Femenía and Anna Talens, two emerging Valencian artists.
Construction of the CaixaForum centre began in 2018 inside the Àgora, a large covered square located in the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències complex in Valencia. The project is the work of Catalan architect Enric Ruiz-Geli, director of the Cloud 9 studio.
CaixaForum Valencia is located in the heart of the Àgora structure in the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, between the Assut de l’Or bridge and the Oceanogràfic, to be precise. It is an multi-purpose space for promoting knowledge, science and culture as agents of social improvement.
CaixaForum provides an array of very diverse and versatile cultural offerings. From art expositions, lecture series, concerts and shows, social seminars, even family and education workshops designed for all ages. It also has a bookstore and a restaurant.
The CaixaForum centres spread throughout Spain are models of access to and dissemination of culture and science. In addition, each one offers a unique architecture and personality, as well as high-quality experiences for the public.
You can reserve tickets on the CaixaForum