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All reviews cuban artists modern art great collection wilfredo lam colonial period de bellas artes art lovers gift shop colonial times post revolution worth a visit on display few hours beautiful building couple of hours air conditioning guided tour
I wasn't expecting quite the level of art that we found here. There are some really important works by important Cuban artists that can be found nowhere else in the world. If you are a fan of musems, this one is a must see.
I have visited art galleries throughout the world and is in my top two. I did know much about Cuban art, but this wonderful museum shows how breathtaking it is. Very unique and a true reflection of the beautiful people of Cuba. The design of...More
Lots to see and a great place to view some abstract art.
We enjoyed both buildings full of art which are included in the 8$ to get in - it can be difficult to find the other building but worth going to see
Well maintained, Very nice and well organized. Enjoyed strolling through the various artwork and displays. Truly tells the complicated story of Cuba and its' people. Definitely worth a visit, regardless of whether you're into art or not.
The Cuban half of the Fine Arts Museum has a wonderful collection - we spent two hours this time and needed more. Wilfredo Lam’s work is amazing, and there are many other artists to discover. The international side is also well worth a visit but...More
We had a tour led by a docent as part of our tour program. I thought the art that we saw, which was all contemporary was both beautiful and interesting. It was more meaningful to hear the explanations of the symbolism and artists’ backgrounds. Since...More
so far I've been twice, the art is amazing, the first time I went was with a guide (from our casa) who is a professor of history now at the university there. The history of all the amazing cuban artist and what it represented was...More
What businesses and attractions are closed on Sunday? I read that the Paseo del Prado is a nice place to walk around on Sunday I also was looking into the National Museum of Fine Arts
September 27, 2015|
Question re: museums (2 Replies)
Are Palacio de Bellas Artes and the National Museum of Fine Arts one and the same? It sounds like the former comprises two buildings, and perhaps the latter is one of them? If that's correct, which one is recommended if we want to see mainly Cuban art? Thanks in advance!
November 08, 2017|
I think you're looking for "Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes – Edificio de Arte Cubano" the entrance is across the street from Museo de la Revolucion for the cuban one You can buy entrance to both fine art museums on one ticket if you want, or you can go to just one