Museo Del RonCurrently Closed
- Address: La Habana Vieja, Havana, Cuba
- Timings: 09:30 am - 04:30 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 1 CUC
- Tags: Museum, Educational Site, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
Museo Del Ron - Review
The Museo Del Ron is an ode to Cuba’s favorite drink; Rum! The museum is a delicious mixture of facts and images and has everything you have ever wanted to know about rum.
From its origins, to its making and the distillation process to its lively history and folklore you will find it all and more here. The guided tour leaves you feeling richer in your knowledge of rum.
But the really interesting thing to do here is to actually taste the rum. Several types of cocktails and delicious concoctions can be tried and tasted here as well. They also have a shop where you can buy Havana Club Rums and it isn’t too expensive at all. If you like rum, you should be all aboard this one, sailor!
How To reach Museo Del Ron by Public Transport
- Terminal de Ferris (Ferry)
Restaurants Near Museo Del Ron
- La Taberna de La Muralla
- La Marina
- La Paella
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Things to Know Before Visiting Museo Del Ron
95% of people who visit Havana include Museo Del Ron in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
58.29% of people start their Museo Del Ron visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Museo Del Ron
80.49% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museo Del Ron
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Museo Del Ron, Havana Reviews
Costing only 7 CUC, this was a great detour on our trip and something everyone should see if you have even the mildest interest in liquor or Cuban history. First of all, our tour guide was amazing. She had so much energy and spunk and kept every second of the tour interesting and entertaining. She took us through the basic process of making rum and the brief history behind rum in Cuba. They have a neat little model of an old distillery where they actually make the rum, as well as a few replica fermentation and aging barrels. At the end of the tour she talked about the different kinds of Havana club Rum and what each is used for, which incredibly useful, as I ended up buying 5 different bottles by the end of my trip. We got to try some of the 7-year aged rum; very tasty. At the very end is the gift shop which has basically all of Havana Club's rum varieties, all priced reasonably. It was so interesting and fun, I would even go back.
Great food and great experience... and great rum! Was definitely worth going here when we took a day trip to Havana!
We have been to a lot of museums in Cuba and most of them proved to be disappointing because they did not have as much to see in them, as we expected. The museum of rum, however, was better. There was a tour in English several times a day and we paid for it 7 CUC. The tour was about 40min long and the young man that was guiding was doing his best... But it was visible that he is new on the job and every joke that he said was stolen from someone else. Also, I did not appreciate the fact that for half of tour we had to watch a video instead of walking around in the museum.
Anejo Especial is a blend of rums aged for up to five years produced from the fermented molasses of sugar cane harvested by machete wielding guajiros in Cuba. The molasses is combined with yeast and water, distilled using column stills, and aged in white oak barrels with an outrageous Net Profit Margin.
Historical, beautiful, informative and we'll maintained. A must see if you travel to Havana. The guide was patient and knew answers to all our questions. There was a small kiosk that sold an orange juice, sugar and rum in a plastic cup at the end of the tour. It was delicious!!
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