Trinidad of Cuba has been since its inception as a city, one of the most prosperous and concerned about the popular and national culture that was presented on its premises. Among its main cultural facilities is the Brunet theater, which dates from December 1840, a building built by Count Brunet, an important figure of the Trinitarian colonial period. Only the ruins on Gutiérrez street are preserved and refurbished as the Beer House in Trinidad, of the Palmares extra-hotel chain.
Another building that has managed to survive to this day and that has finished the restoration period by the Office of the Conservator of Trinidad is the Charity Theater. One of the most beautiful examples of its kind in the province and has about 600 lunettes, which makes it the largest in the province of Sancti Spíritus.