Museo Municipal de Guanabacoa
Iglesia de Guanabacoa
This church, on Parque Martí in the center of town, is also known as the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, and was designed by...
Museo de Mártires
Effectively an arm of Guanabacoa’s municipal museum, this place is on the road to Regla and displays material relevant to the Cuban...
From the museum, head straight (south) on Martí past Parque Guaicanamar, and turn left on Albuquerque and right on 24 de Febrero, the...
Centro Cultural Recreativo los Orishas
Situated in the hotbed of Havana's Santería community, this funky bar-restaurant hosts live rumba music at weekends, including regular...
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Museo Municipal de Guanabacoa information
The town's main sight is the renovated museum two blocks west of Parque Martí. Founded in 1964, it tracks the development of the neighborhood throughout the 18th and 19th centuries and is famous for its rooms on Afro-Cuban culture, slavery and the Santería religion, with a particular focus on the orisha Elegguá.
The museum has another arm further west along Calle Martí in the Museo de Mártires , which displays material relevant to the Cuban Revolution.