Museo de la Amistad México-Cuba
- Obregón s/n Tuxpan
- admission free
Lonely Planet review for Museo de la Amistad México-Cuba
The Museo de la Amistad México-Cuba has a room filled with displays on José Martí and pictures of Che Guevara and Castro as well as other memorabilia. Fidel Castro stayed in this suburban house in 1956 while planning the infiltration of Cuba. On November 26 a private yacht loaded with 82 revolutionaries set sail from here to Cuba to start the uprising. To get to the museum, take a boat (M$3) across the river, walk several blocks south to Obregón, then turn right – the museum is at the western end of Obregón on the river.