Artisans, painters, sculptors, photographers, plastic artists, musicians, among others have made of Rosarito Beach their Art & Culture inspiration. Admire and take home some of their creations. Explore galleries such as CEART (State Art Center), Boulevard Artesanal Popotla, and more!
IMAC is the Municipal Culture Institute, it is located a block from the beach and it is home to different cultural and artistic expressions. On your visit you might find a music festival or maybe a traditional arts & crafts marketplace, painting, sculpture of photography expos and more!
Blvd. Artesanal Popotla
Take a stroll along this extraordinary boulevard, find that special piece for your home or office; galleries, art workshops, rough iron and artistic iron works, rustic handmade furniture, clay and talavera pottery and even a film studio where blockbusters like Titanic where filmed!
Baja Film Studios
riginally built for the Twentieth Century Fox epic Titanic, Baja Studios is a selfcontained production facility. Some of the world’s largest stages and filming tanks, together with offices, scenery shops, dressing rooms and wardrobe facilities are available to accomplish any filming requirement. The present complex is built on 46 acres with more than 3,000 feet of ocean front overlooking the Pacific Ocean near the Mexican resort community of Rosarito, Baja California. Some productions includde: Pearl Harbor y Fear the Walking Dead
Currently not open to the public, only for film productions.
Rosarito is home to a thriving artist community, its location, cultural mixture of the border lifestyle of the area and the Mexican heritage provides the perfect contrasts for exiting works of art. You can explore local galleries and workshops where you can sit alongside the artist as they work on their next piece of art!