Museo De La RevolucionCurrently Closed
- Address: Avenida Belgica, La Habana, Cuba , Havana
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +53-8624092
- Ticket Price: 5 CUC
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, Educational Site, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Arts And Crafts, Old Town
Museo De La Revolucion - Review
The Cuban revolution was one of the most important parts of the country’s history and it has been beautifully honoured in this lovely museum. If you want to know more about the country you are holidaying in, do visit this place in Havana.
The museum is located in Old Havana so there are a lot of fascinating sights to see around it as well. The building that the museum is housed in is the former Presidential Palace. Today it stands as a symbol of the revolution against that exact presidential rule.
Several artefacts from the revolution including Fidel Castro’s own guns and a few other objects from the pre revolution era like President Fulgencio Batista’s gold telephone which illustrates the opulent rule of his time can all be found in this amazing museum.
How To reach Museo De La Revolucion by Public Transport
- Bus stop to Playas del Este
Restaurants Near Museo De La Revolucion
- El Patio
- La Bodeguita Del Medio
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Things to Know Before Visiting Museo De La Revolucion
68.99% of people who visit Havana include Museo De La Revolucion in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
82.25% of people start their Museo De La Revolucion visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museo De La Revolucion
88.64% of people prefer walking in order to reach Museo De La Revolucion
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Museo De La Revolucion, Havana Reviews
One of the more important museums/historic sites to visit if you're in Havana as a tourist. The Revolution, as you'll see, is absolutely everywhere as you walk about the city. Understanding/learning about the Revolution is critical to get a solid understanding of the country of Cuba and give better insight into what's taught in the eyes of Cubans.
Very interesting. Lots of propaganda. Lots to learn but take what you read with a grain of salt. As many incidents are blamed on the CIA but without corroboration.
The attention not so good. Half of the place closed for restoration. The state of the pieces not so good. Interesting the history part, but need to improve.
Beautiful restored building. It is so cool that you can still see old bullets on the wall. I love how their story is so different from what’s understood in the states. Highly recommend to study Cuban / Che history before going there. It can be quite hot inside...
VERY POOR MUSEUM, FULL OF CUBANS WHO HARASS THE TOURISTS ATTEMPTING DECEPTION, MAKING DIFFERENT PRICE FOR EUROPEANS. THE SPANISH STYLE IS BEAUTIFUL BUT THE BUILDING IS MODEST AND NOT WELL MAINTAINED. POOR COLLECTION WITH AN IGNORANT STAFF SELLING NOT SERIOUS SOUVENIRS , THE USUAL SHAME OF CUBANS! (JB 1841)