The old Corozal Cultural Centre was completely renovated and reopened in 2012 as the Corozal House of Culture. Located in one of the oldest buildings in northern Belize (other than ancient Mayan structures), the House of Culture was built in 1886. It's operated by the National Institute of History and Culture (NICH) as an art gallery, museum devoted to the history of Corozal Town and northern Belize, and visitor information center. NICH operates three other Culture museums
in Belize City, Orange Walk Town, and Benque Viejo.