Museo de la Farmacia Habanera
Museo de Numismático
This numismatist's heaven brings together various collections of medals, coins and banknotes from around the world, including a stash of...
Laid out in 1559, Plaza Vieja (Old Square) is Havana's most architecturally eclectic square, where Cuban baroque nestles seamlessly next...
Iglesia y Convento de Santa Clara
South of Plaza Vieja is Havana's largest and oldest convent built between 1638 and 1643, though since 1920 it has served no religious...
La Factoria Plaza Vieja
Havana's only microbrewery is on a boisterous corner of Plaza Vieja. Established by an Austrian company in 2004, it sells smooth, cold...
Vieja's local farmers market.
Museo de la Farmacia Habanera information
Lonely Planet review
A few blocks east from Plaza del Cristo, this museum-store founded in 1886 by Catalan José Sarrá still acts as a working pharmacy for Cubans. The small museum section displays an elegant mock-up of an old drugstore with some interesting historical explanations.