Cuba Museums

Visiting the various museums in Cuba, there are a number of remarkable surprises and a lot of choices. As one of the must-visit museums in Havana for tourists, Casa de Africa (Africa House) is a wonderful place to spend a few hours. This museum in Old Havana offers a unique opportunity to discover the influence of African culture on Cuba.

The museum is also a shop where you can taste and buy Cuban products such as cigars, cigars and cigars. Although it is really expensive, Cubans love perfume, and you will understand that when you visit the part of the museum called the Old Havana Perfume Museum.

The Museum of the Revolution exhibits objects, weapons and means of transport related to the revolutionary period in Cuba. There are also some exhibits dedicated to pre-revolutionary Cuba, including the War of Independence against Spain 1895-1898. Visit the Rum Museum, dedicated to your favorite spirit in Santiago, Cuba, and learn about the history that accompanies it. Although, as the name suggests, a focus of this museum is the Cuban Revolution of 1959, there are exhibitions that date back to a pre-Columbian Cuba.

Archaeological pieces from this period are among the most important in the collection and are considered a jewel of Cuban museums. This museum is on par with the best museums in the world, has an extensive and diverse collection and is easily one of the best museums in Havana. The Havana Mother Museum is the Palacio de Bellas Artes, where one is dedicated to Cuban art and the other to Universal Art through the International Gallery.

This fascinating and small museum houses the largest collection of Cuban art in the world and one of the most important collections in Cuba. It is unique in Cuba and features an extensive range of "Cuban artworks" that are not found anywhere else in the world. Cuba's most respected ethnologist is the director of this museum and a member of the board of trustees.

It is one of the best archaeological museums in Cuba and testifies to the influence Guevara had on the country, making it one of the most important museums in Cuba. This museum is of great historical and scientific importance, not only because it is the first museum of its kind in Cuban history, but also because the director of this museum, the late Dr. Jose Luis Rodriguez, personally collected most of his specimens. Cuba is home to a number of fantastic museums, a country with a rich cultural heritage and an extensive collection of works of art.

Egyptian mummies excavated in Cuba include a collection of more than 100,000 ancient artworks from around the world, as well as exhibits on the country's art history. Perhaps the most interesting part of this museum is the artistic and cultural development of Cuba, as witnessed by the works of artists such as Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Leonardo da Vinci and many others. The museum includes historical Cuban and European artworks from the 19th and 20th centuries. MOAS shares these cultural treasures with the public in order to promote a better understanding of Cuban history and tradition.

If you are a fan of 19th century history, you can include it in your list of museums in Havana and Cuba that you can see. The Havana Club's Museum of Ron, located in the historic Capdevila 1 district, just outside Havana City Hall, is a museum created to tell the story of everything related to the history and production of rum. Cuban music and music in general should visit the museum in Cap devdevilas 1. If you're a fan of 19th century stories, this is the best museum in Havana to visit!

Opened in 1964, the museum is the first of its kind in Cuba and focuses on exhibits that document the history of the Indian community that inhabited before the Hispanic Cuba. Founded by the Yoruba community of Cuba and housed in the headquarters of the Asociacion Cultural Yorubas de Cuba, the museum is dedicated to the Afro-Cuban religion that was widespread in Havana and Cuba in the 19th century.

The National Museum of Music exhibits objects related to African influence in Cuban culture. Over the past 124 years, the museum's scientists have led and contributed to the development of the world's largest collection of African-Cuban art and culture (see press release). The exhibition on biodiversity was developed in collaboration with the National Institute of Natural History of Cuba and the University of Havana.

The museum also houses a number of important exhibits, including the yacht on which Fidel Castro and Che Guevara sailed to Cuba to spark the revolution. Next to the museum is a huge display case with the remains of the 80 revolutionary fighters who brought Cuba back from exile in Mexico. Inside the museum is the 18-metre yacht that brought Fidel Castro and 81 other revolutionaries to the start of the revolution. The admission fee includes admission to the National Museum of Music, the National Museum of Art and Culture and the exhibition.

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