Museo del Carnaval
Museo Municipal Emilio Bacardí Moreau
Narrow Pío Rosado links Calle Heredia to Calle Aguilera and the fabulous Grecian facade of the Bacardí Museum. Founded in 1899 by the...
Situated opposite the Bacardí Museum, the equally Hellenic provincial government seat is another building from Cuba's 20th-century...
Casa Natal de José María Heredia y Heredia
A miniscule museum illustrating the life of one of Cuba's greatest Romantic poets and the man after whom the street is named, José María...
Art lines the walls of this shop-and-club combo that hosts live music both day and night in a quaint inner courtyard; a good bet if the...
Some interesting wall art, a couple of bolero-singing muchachas and a decent menu (if you're happy with chicken and pork) have breathed...
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Museo del Carnaval information
A worthwhile museum displaying the history of Santiago's biggest shindig, the oldest and biggest carnival between Río and Mardi Gras. Drop in to see floats, effigies and the occasional folklórico dance show on the patio.