Calle Obispo #163 between San Ignacio and Mercaderes
Authentic hand-made Cuban clothing, including lace blouses, straw hats, and guayaberas for men.
Feria de Artesanía
Calle Tacón at Calle Mercaderes
All manner of quality arts and crafts, from one-of-a-kind paintings to erotic wooden carvings.
Casa de los Arabes
Calle Oficios #16
Cultural artifacts from the Levantine are displayed.
Casa Alejandro Von Humboldt
Calle Oficios #254, between Sol and Muralla
The famous German explorer stayed here; the museum displays mementos of his journeys and writings.
The Malecon seafront boulevard
Museum de Arte Colonial
Plaza de la Catedral
Calle San Ignacio #61
Recreates a colonial-era home with its lavish period furnishings.
Museo de Bellas Artes
Calle Trocadero between Zulueta & Monserrate
Cuba's world-class Fine Arts Museum has two sections devoted to Cuban and international art, respectively. Also relics from the ancient world.
Museo de la Ciudad
Palacio de los Capitanes Generales
Calle Tacon #1, between Obispo and O'Reilly
Sumptuous colonial furnishings, art pieces, and eclectic mementoes of the past trace the city's history.
Museo Ernest Hemingway
San Migue de Padrón
Hemingway's home is preserved as it was when he lived here, with his possessions in situ.
Museo y Farmacia Taquechel
Calle Obispo #155
A delightful old pharmacy with mahogany shelves lined with old apothecary jars.
Museo Nacional de História Natural
Plaza de Armas
Calle Obispo #61 between Oficios and Baratillo
Examples of Cuba's flora and fauna are displayed.
Museo de Naipes
Calle Muralla, #101
Visit this museum for its incredible collection of playing cards through the ages.
Calle Muralla #101
A world-class collection of coins and notes plus medallions dating back to Roman days, including Cuba's own money.
Museo de Ron
Calle San Pedro #262 at Sol
This museum educates about the production of rum since colonial times. Highlights include a model railway, plus a working distillery.
Museo de la Revolución
Calle Refugio #1 between Zulueta & Monserrate
A complete history of the battle to topple Batista and the "successes" of the Revolution since 1959, including the role of Che Guevara.
Paseo del Prado between San Martín and Dragones
Former congressional building, now a museum.
Calle Monserrate #261, corner of San Juan
A Lego-like Art Deco skyscraper and former headquarters of the Bacardi rum corporation, it can be viewed from the outside only.
Iglesia y Convento de San Francisco de Asís
Plaza San Francisco
Calle Oficios and Amargura
Massive convent and church. Today the former contains a museum of religious icons.
Paseo del Prado corner of San Martín
A magnificent baroque façade and ornate interior. This theater is the principal venue for the acclaimed Ballet de Cuba.