Emilio Bacardí Museum
This is the oldest historical museum in the country, founded in 1899. It owes its present-day name to its founder and promoter, who at that time was acting as the local mayor. It is just a few metres from the Parque Céspedes, in the heart of the city. The museum displays its pieces in three halls, which exhibit part of its extensive collection, consisting of more than 23,000 pieces pertaining to the heritage of Pre-Columbian culture, national art and Cuban history.