• Casa Museo Molina Pico. Address: Paroissien 747, Pedro Molina.
It is a colonial mansion whose construction is dated from 1785; it is a former property of Ignacio Molina and his descendants, thCasa Museo Molina Pico, Guaymallén Mendozae Molina Pico. It is located a few blocks from the canal Cacique Guaymallén and is constructed of adobe, with bamboo roof top. Despite this, it survived the earthquake that devastated Mendoza in 1861; therefore, today visitors can contemplate the original bamboo roof, the corridors, courtyards, gardens and large rooms, architectural testimonies of the Cuyo past.
The Municipality of Guaymallén bought the house in 1992, restored and enabled it for the Directorate of Culture of the Department. It is opened for guided tours Monday through Friday between 9 am and 1:30 pm.
• Casa Quesada. Address Carril Mathus Hoyos 2763.
Art lovers can visit the workshop of the great Mendocinean artist Luis Quesada, Monday through Saturday between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm.
• Plaza de las Artes y las Flores. It is a unique space where artists and craftsmen make regular itinerary exhibitions. The site, inaugurated on November 11, 1995 and designed by the architects Ramiro Quesada and Roxana Sardi, is a work of art itself. Its central water fountain is amazing; it also has a Greek theatre and an outdoors art gallery.
• Atelier “Roberto Rosas”. The workshop of this highlighted Mendoza artist is located on the street Mathus Hoyos and can be visited on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Visitors may see, among other works, metal sculptures of awesome dimensions.
• Cultural Complex “Armando Tejada Gomez”. Address: Pedro Molina 110 (Pedro Molina). It offers regular music festivals, singing, concerts, dance and theatre, workshops, lectures, conferences and book presentations, among other cultural programmes.
• Art Rooms Libertad. Address: Avenida Libertad 466 (Villa Nueva). It consists of two spacious rooms which are used to show sculptures, paintings and engravings of prominent provincial artists. It can be visited from Monday to Friday, between 8:00am and 1:00pm and also 3:00pm to 8:00pm.
• Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary and former House of the Mendoza family. Address: Capilla del Rosario and Martínez de Rosas (Capilla del Rosario). It is the oldest chapel which is preserved in the province. It was built in the 1830s and today has been restored, so that its appearance is very close to that at the time it was built by the orders of the priest Gabriel Bejarano. Its last owner was Mrs. Juanita Mendoza. In the mid ’90s, the chapel and the house were donated by Mrs. Mendoza’s widow to the City of Guaymallén.