The Leskovac Cultural Center began its activities in 1981, initially as the House of Youth Culture "Zika Ilic Zuti", then as the House of Culture Leskovac, and since 2002 it has been called the Leskovac Cultural Center.
The building of the Leskovac Cultural Center is a unique building protected by law. It is located in the very center of the city. It consists of a complex of multipurpose rooms, total area 1180 m2:
on the ground floor (suitable for concerts, exhibitions, mini fairs, creative workshops, fashion shows ...);
(cinema and theater hall with a capacity of 160 seats);
with about 300 m2 of exhibition space;
with a capacity of about 60 seats (space for literary promotions, tribunes, commercial promotions, etc.); painting studios and workshops of the school of painting and comics school in the attic space;
in the annex of the building;
with a capacity of 1200 seats with one of the most acoustic stages in Serbia; basement room, 100m2, suitable for ballet school, dance workshops, rehearsals and preparations of choirs and folklore ensemble ...