Havana Cuba Museums
In this post, I've listed some of the best things to do in Havana, Cuba, as well as some of my favorite places to visit.
If you are wondering how to integrate all these places you can visit in Havana into your Cuba trip, I have the perfect solution for you! I have created a Google Map to help you make the most of your trip to Havana. So let's dive in and break this down into a list of the best things to do in Cuba, Cuba.
The Havana Hop Bus is a great way to get to all of Havana's attractions in one trip, even if you have already completed the 3 tours mentioned above. This is the highlight of your trip to Havana and one of the most popular tourist attractions that may interest visitors to Havana.
Discovered in 1976, the cemetery and museum are one of Cuba's most important cultural heritage sites. This museum, founded by the Asociacion Cultural Yoruba de Cuba and housed in the headquarters of the Asociacions Cultural of Yorubas in Cuba, is dedicated to the Afro-Cuban religion, which is widespread throughout Cuba. It was founded to bring the rich history and culture of Africa to Cuba, with an emphasis on the history, culture and tradition of African Americans in the Caribbean.
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. Another good museum in Cuba that you should definitely visit is the Museo del Ron Havana Club, located in the heart of the old town of Havana, just a few blocks from the National Museum of Cuba, a museum created to tell the story of everything related to the history and production of rum.
The museum also houses a number of important exhibits, including the yacht that Fidel Castro and Che Guevara sailed to Cuba to launch the revolution. Next to the museum is a huge display case with the remains of 80 revolutionary fighters who were used to bring Cuba back from exile in Mexico. The museum houses a replica of the 18-metre yacht that Fidel Castro and 81 other revolutionaries took to the seas to launch the revolution. The entrance fee includes a one-hour guided tour of this museum and access to all exhibits in the National Museum of Cuba.
The first paved street in Havana is divided into Old Havana and Centro Havana and leads to the famous Malecon. While exploring the park, you will discover one of the most famous buildings in the city, the National Museum of Cuba, which overlooks Havana Bay. Starting at Havana's port, you cross Old Cuba and end in the Vedado district.
If you only choose a museum in Cuba, it is to see a truly unique collection, as it has a truly unique collection that cannot be viewed through books or photos. If you are a fan of 19th century history, you can include it in your list of museums in Havana, Cuba that you have seen.
Other outstanding museums in Havana are the Museum of the City and the Museum of the Revolution (in case you are unaware, the revolution in Cuba is a big deal). If you want to learn more about the history of Havana, Cuba and its history in general, this is the place to go. As the name suggests, there are also exhibitions here that go back to pre-Columbian Cuba, although one focus of this museum is the Cuban Revolution of 1959.
Havana also houses a number of museums, such as the City Museum, the National Museum and the Museo de la Ciudad de Cuba.
In fact, there are so many things to do in Havana, Cuba, that planning a trip to Havana can be a little overwhelming. Let's face it, when people plan what they want to do in Cuba, they often overlook everything to the west of the area, and that's fine, but Havana's museums are among the most important sights in our capital. A tour of Havana is the perfect way to escape the hassle of planning your Havana route and experience many of its attractions in one day. No matter what the weather is like outside, make sure you leave at least two hours before your trip starts to have a good view of Cuba's capital.
If you want to visit only one museum, you should visit the National Museum of Fine Arts of Havana, even if it is only for a few hours.
This museum in Old Havana offers a great opportunity to discover the influence of African culture on Cuba. Havana is a city with many museums, and I definitely recommend visiting no less than seven, as you will be in the city. The three best museums I recommend are the National Museum of Fine Arts of Havana and the Havana Museum, both of which are among the most popular museums in Cuba's capital, Havana. If rum arouses your interest, there is also a museum in Havana, which is described in detail here. There are a lot of interesting exhibits, some of them more interesting than you can shake a stick at, but these are just some of my favorite museums to visit, not the only ones.