The Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center is a post-modernist building located in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. The building, which features fluid lines and glass panels, is a cultural hub near the city center and is Baku's most prominent building. Lead architect Zaha Hadid intended for the design concept to merge modern design with Azeri culture.

The cultural center’s auditorium, which can hold 1,000 people, is off the main entrance area on the ground floor. The second floor (called the first floor in Azerbaijan) comprises an exhibition space, a conference hall, and a grand staircase. The Heydar Aliyev Museum encompasses several floors of the center. The exhibition halls regularly host temporary artwork, public gatherings, and formal or ceremonial events.