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All reviewspresidential palacebullet holestranslated into englishcuban historymilitary vehiclesspy planerecent historyshot downbeautiful buildingan americanmuseo de la revolucionworth a visiton displayfidel castrohistory buffcouple of hoursold havana
Unfortunately information is clearly presented but while under renovation some rooms are closed and information is not in chronological order which makes it difficult. Must climb stairs for three stories. $8cuc entrance fee.
They are currently renovating the outside and some part at the inside.
But the whole place should have a renovation.
Describing the revolution, a lot is in spanish, english is available in some parts.
Beside the reading of the boards, not so much to see....More
As a person who appreciates a good museum, and someone who likes to find out information about the place I am visiting, I was satisfied by my experience. The museum tells Cuba's story. It details the lives of Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, the revolution...More
I liked this museum very much, because I am very interested in Cuba's recent history and had read up on it extensively beforehand. What is very nice is that it is not just all about Che and Fidel, they also honour many other revolutionaries and...More
The visit to this museum helps to understand the recent history of Cuba. The museum is above all a description of the events that characterized the Cuban revolution. Few finds. The settings are therefore essential and spartan, but this is very much suited to the...More
Easy to navigate and attractively arranged, the Museum of the Mexican Revolution in the heart of Mexico City is a must stop for the history buff. I was thrilled to see the famous Zimmerman telegram and other artifacts from the 1910-1920 era that launched modern...More
You must leave your bags in storage after paying for your ticket, that was chaotic to say the least. Toilets are downstairs on the ground floor and aren't very well signed.
To be honest we couldn't follow the exhibit and didn't realise we had to...More
Response from silviaponce778 | Reviewed this property |
5 CUC - try to get a guide if one is available (there might be a small charge - like another 3 CUC for the entire group if more than one). You get a bit more history that you might otherwise not know. I have done the tour... More
5 CUC - try to get a guide if one is available (there might be a small charge - like another 3 CUC for the entire group if more than one). You get a bit more history that you might otherwise not know. I have done the tour with and without a guide so don't stress it if one is not available. A great experience either way.
Response from Raimonds R | Reviewed this property |
How I remember 10:00 - 18:00 for sure. Price don`t remember now, 3 USD approximately in local Peso. Do not took in mind, wanted and visited. For 1 time visit was nice. Interesting historical materials are gathered there, to... More
How I remember 10:00 - 18:00 for sure. Price don`t remember now, 3 USD approximately in local Peso. Do not took in mind, wanted and visited. For 1 time visit was nice. Interesting historical materials are gathered there, to better understand tragic Cuban history in common.