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Pharmaceutical Museum Matanzas
#1 of 165 Museums in Cuba
I have been to a couple of pharmacy museums and have always found them quite interesting.
Books used for botany, chemistry, pharmacy and medical reference (in Spanish, French, German, and English) filled bookcases and a laboratory takes up the rear of the museum.
Museu Nacional de Belas Artes de Cuba Havana
#2 of 165 Museums in Cuba
I love art museums: it is a great way to discover a country, a city... the collection is beautiful, plenty of works to admire and a great way to spend a couple of hours in Havana.
Right up there w great museums in America, the National Museum of Fine Arts has a vast and varied collection.
Martha Jimenez's Studio Workshop Camaguey
#3 of 165 Museums in Cuba
We began our Cuba tour in Camaguey at Martha's gallery and although we had seen mention of her at a New York museum show a few weeks earlier, were not fully prepared to appreciate the superior quality of her work.
Museo Napoleonico Havana
#4 of 165 Museums in Cuba
One of the best museums in Havana and a definite must see!
Today, the restored mansion is home to an unexpected museum to find in Havana - a major Napoleonic collection which includes many items related to Napoleon and his life and personal items including his death mask...
Mi Casa Beatles Santa Marta
#5 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Diego Velazquez Museum Santiago de Cuba
#6 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Visiting this museum is a like magical travel in time, back to the old days and centuries when Santiago de Cuba was discovered and founded by the Spaniards.
A great house museum that gives u an idea what it was like to live in Cuba during the 1500's.
Church and Convent of St. Francis of Asisi Havana
#7 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Great Baroque building which has been turned into an interesting, well-designed sacred art museum.
Beautiful church and former franciscan convent, now a small museum of sacral art.
Taquechel Pharmacy Museum Havana
#8 of 165 Museums in Cuba
We stumbled upon this working pharmacy museum accidentally and what a great surprise.
This is a museum and a working pharmacy that still serves the community, it's beautiful, full of hand-blown bottles on neat wooden shelves behind glass doors and the ancient wooden counter.
Trinidad Architecture Museum Trinidad
#9 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Tour of the historic center, house of music, Holy Trinity Church, Museums, Liquido in Casa de la Trova, Visit to a sanctuary of Afro-Cuban religion.
Trinidad has a charm of its own with facinating colonial buildings and the Architectural museum has details of how the buildings were designed and constructed.
House of Rum Varadero
#10 of 165 Museums in Cuba
The store is well provided and is a museum and exhibition in itself.
We were planning on going taking the Rum Museum tour in Havana but came across this place during our stay in Varadero.
Romance Museum Trinidad
#11 of 165 Museums in Cuba
The majority of the museums on Cuba are quite small and poor of monuments and exhibitions.
We were extremely pleasantly surprised by the beauty and richness of the museum.
Taller de Ceramica Artistica Varadero
#12 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Museo de Historia Municipal Trinidad
#13 of 165 Museums in Cuba
The mansion is gorgeous; it has been restored beautifully and the exhibits of Trinidad's history, though highly political, are very informative.As in all museums, it does help if you have some Spanish.
This museum as the many others in Trinidad is very well maintained and offers valuable information on the history of this wonderful city.
Museo Giron Playa Giron
#14 of 165 Museums in Cuba
This was a small, excellent museum displaying items, weapons, a wealth of information about the Bay of Pigs invasion by the United States.
Was a very good insight to the history of the invasion Small museum but exhibits interesting!!Text is only Spanish
Museo de Agroindustria Azucarera Remedios
#15 of 165 Museums in Cuba
The Museo de Agroindustria Azucarera is a local museum focusing on the histories of slave culture, the sugar industry, and pre-diesel locomotives that once transported sugar cane to local factories.
The factory museum was well laid out with descriptions of the process and the history of the slave workers.
Lolo Galeria-Taller Matanzas
#16 of 165 Museums in Cuba
On a Metropolitan Museum of Art trip to Cuba we stopped in the town of Matanzas and visited "Lolo".
Yudit Vidal Faife Trinidad
#17 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Museo del Ron Havana Club Havana
#18 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Really interesting with many photos, some weapons, museums and clothes as well as a great deal of information.
Again one of our ore-booked tours, great museum and history of Havanna club rum , adjoining bar we had the option to make our own mojitos , and the museum shop is the cheapest place to buy the local rum
Museo de Arquitectura Colonial Trinidad
#19 of 165 Museums in Cuba
We were shown round by one of the museums guides.
A great museum to visit (Trinidad has many of them) the artifacts are well kept, well displayed and the information is clear and informative.
Museo Arqueologico la Cueva Del Paraiso Baracoa
#20 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Excellent Museum of Anthropology, perhaps unique in the world considering its conception and preservation of its material.
The official of the museum spoke Englisch really well and we chatted along about cultures and the museum for almost longer than we actually stayed in the museum itself :)
Estudio Taller Santacana Havana
#21 of 165 Museums in Cuba
I confess art is not an area of expertise for me - but from a business standpoint, my general impression was that the art we saw was created more for the museum market versus the consumer market.
Museum of the Revolution (Museo de la Revolucion) Havana
#22 of 165 Museums in Cuba
We went to very few museums..in fact I dont really enjoy museums since Chicago has some world class museums but this one is special.
Definitely recommend going here if you're interested in history, the cold war, or just like museums.
Palacio de Bellas Artes Havana
#23 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Lots of stimulation; you'll see class trips there-local students are studying art at the museum You;ll have to check your bag (as with most museums in Cuba) I think it was $1 just take anything with you that you n...
All I will say is this: I've been to most of the major art museums in Europe and some in the US.
Museum of the City (Museo de la Ciudad) Havana
#24 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Museo de Artes Decorativas Havana
#25 of 165 Museums in Cuba
As with many museums in Cuba, it is best if you understand a little Spanish.
Under visited museum with a neat history Nd.
La Marca Havana
#26 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Drogeria Johnson (Johnson Drug Store) Havana
#27 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Lookout Farm (Finca Vigia) Havana
#28 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Great museum in Havana
從哈瓦那舊城區大概25分鐘車程, 除了撫今追昔還可以來一杯[海明威雞尾酒] Used to be residence of Hemingway and wife Paula and now is Hemingway museum.
La Cabana de Che Guevara Havana
#29 of 165 Museums in Cuba
i went to the museum as part of a long tour.it was very interesting and had lots of infomation about his life and the war and death.he is a interesting person and its worth going to
We paid 6 cuc to and the museum houses the remains of the revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara and twenty-nine of his fellow combatants killed in 1967 during Guevara's attempt to spur an armed uprising in Bolivia.
Museo del Chocolate Havana
#30 of 165 Museums in Cuba
Its agood option enter this museum, because with the history they have in their cristal shels, you can sit and enjoy a delicious cup of hot chocolate or a glass of cold chocolate, eating bomboms!!!
Keep heading south until you get to Museo Armería 9 de Abril, a former gun store now a museum displaying antique guns and weaponry (including two used by Ché Guevara).