It is the most important theatre and the one with the greatest architectural value in the city.
It was inaugurated in 1856 with the staging of the opera “Ernani”, by Giuseppe Verdi, and in 2004 it was re-structured and re-opened with the latest technology to present all kinds of shows, headlining it as one of the main theatres in South America. It has rehearsal and exhibition rooms, a shop, event room and restaurant.
It currently offers the city an artistic program throughout the year, guided tours, a conference room, an exhibition hall, a photo gallery, a research and archive center.
Guided tours cover the performance rooms and other significant facilities in the building.
You own visit
The visitor can freely visit the Photo Gallery, the Exhibition Hall and the Interactive Building.
Guided visit with augmented reality
The Teatro Solis App allows you to visit the theatre facilities in a dynamic, playful and entertaining way.
This application allows a tour of the different rooms and main spaces of the Theatre, offering an approach to its history, through milestones that have been part of its programme for more than 160 years, through photographs and graphic pieces.
It also has a 360º view of its Main Hall, the Zavala Muníz Hall and the esplanade, as well as an augmented reality space with a collection of performing arts posters.
It is available for Android.
Centro de Investigación, Documentación y Difusión de las Artes Escénicas (Center for Research, Documentation and Dissemination of the Performing Arts)
Tourist experience recommended by Montevideo Tourist Association.
It is made up of documents produced by the Solís Theatre over the course of its history and by donations. Its collection is testimony of the arts, culture and the construction of the theatre and the performing arts at the national and international level.
The Center seeks to generate a real meeting space between the academy, artists, technicians, enthusiasts and the Theatre, creating a platform that encourages research, reflection, documentation, dissemination and innovation, capable of linking the processes of creators and artists.
It has an accessible entrance, elevator and guide in sign language.
Buenos Aires s/n esq. Bartolomé Mitre