Museo de Agroindustria Azucarera

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Anatole101
Oakville, Canada27 contributions
We stopped here on our tour of Santa Clara/Remedios. There is an old sugar mill you can see with its history on display as well as old steam trains. Upstairs you can buy cigars and drinks. Apparently on a different tour you can learn to roll cigars here too. Nice little spot with not much to see just in and out.
Written March 16, 2020
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Alberta Traveller
Edmonton, Canada326 contributions
Couples
Interesting place to visit. You can see how they make sugars from the cane as well as the history of slavery. Must seen if you are going to county tour.
Written January 20, 2019
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gretchenp240
Spokane, WA28 contributions
Friends
Rode with the engineer Santiago in the locomotive with 5 others from my group. He let me pull the cord and toot the horn before crossings. What fun!
Written February 15, 2018
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Allan Montgomery
Melfort, Canada30 contributions
Couples
We spent a half day on this tour. it was interesting to see the country side and visit the sugar cane museum.
Written March 22, 2017
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186Steve
Epsom, UK383 contributions
Couples
We had a tour of the old sugar mill with a woman that used to work there. She was very good. She knew lots and answered loads of questions. Followed up by a pleasant steam train ride.
Written December 31, 2016
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AK8397
Ontario, Canada757 contributions
Couples
This museum presents the history of Cuba's sugar industry. You learn about the origin and development of the sugar cane business, including the types of tools and processes that were used, the links to slavery, and the importance of sugar to the Cuban economy. With the tour, you walk around to see old equipment, scale models of worker scenes, etc.

Attached to this attraction is a steam engine museum where you can look at a variety of locomotives and take a ride on one of the original models on a short trip through the countryside. That was fun (but smelly).
Written February 27, 2019
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Nikola A
London, UK36 contributions
Friends
Everything is fine there, explanation is very interesting, but the problem is english of the employees, we didn´t understand almost nothing :)
Written April 13, 2017
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klmaestra
Silver Spring, MD1,040 contributions
Friends
Interesting stop on our tour of Cuba. This former working sugar refinery provides a comprehensive look at how sugar refining was done in Remedios. The best part of the tour was the steam engine museum that included so many steam engines to look at and enjoy. Train buffs will love it!
Written December 26, 2016
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Diver4ever97
Chatsworth, Canada73 contributions
Couples
A very interesting look at the sugar production at the sugar cane mill. The property is filled with artifact displays on the history of Cuba which is truly informative on the Cuban agriculture. Well worth a visit.
Written November 29, 2015
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Ivor M
Inverness, UK46 contributions
Couples
The museum itself was interesting with 38 old steam trains of varying gauges on show, however we waited an eternity for the old oil-fired Steam Train to be fired up to takes us on a short journey to the next stop.
Written September 30, 2015
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