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Museo Provincial General Ignacio Agramonte

Av. de los Martires 2, Camaguey 70200, Cuba
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Nice building, but exhibits need expanding.

Building is old and somewhat maintained. Their exhibit of pre-Columbian artifacts was nicely done... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2016
Miami, Florida
My first museum

This is a large, one story building with a roofed colonnade and open sidewalk on its facade... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2016
Roberto C
Vancouver, Canada
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16 Oct 2016
“Nice building, but exhibits need expanding.”
9 Jul 2016
“My first museum”
Av. de los Martires 2, Camaguey 70200, Cuba
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Reviewed 16 October 2016

Building is old and somewhat maintained. Their exhibit of pre-Columbian artifacts was nicely done, but then they skipped to the 17th century. I felt we missed over 1000 years of Cuban history. Lots of 17th and 18th century arms, furniture and artifacts. I didn't think...More

1  Thank carabelli8
Reviewed 9 July 2016

This is a large, one story building with a roofed colonnade and open sidewalk on its facade bordering on Mártires Avenue just 2 blocks past the railroad station at the very end of República St, where it open up into the wide Mártires Blvd. This...More

1  Thank Roberto C
Reviewed 26 April 2016

An Oasis in time with cool galleries to wander through. Gives a very good indication of Cuba's rich past. Very well worth a visit with staff who want to help you to understand the glory of Cuba that was. Fantastic displays of older Cuban Furniture...More

2  Thank Martin A
Reviewed 21 January 2016

We are distant relatives of Ignacio Agramonte so we were given a private tour of the patio. The museum was supposed to open on his anniversary, Dec.23 but the work was nowhere finished. Once all is done, it will be a beautiful museum. There are...More

1  Thank RomeAnita
Reviewed 3 November 2015

We were privileged to hear the local Acapella choir sing in this establishment. Their voices were angelic and the group will be competing in the USA in 2016

1  Thank SheryleMoon
Reviewed 13 July 2014

We spent more than 2 hours visiting this gem of a museum. It is very big and it has almost everything that one would like to find about the city and Cuba as a whole. The staff was very helpful and was not in your...More

1  Thank Happy-seniors2
Reviewed 2 August 2013

This is an interesting museum with a range of furniture, porcelain and art ranging from the early 19th century through to some modern art by Victor Garcia.

1  Thank James B
Reviewed 12 December 2012

This museum is housed in a former military headquarters well north of the centre of the historic area, a bit out of the way – probably why we were the only visitors for the 45 minutes we were there. Although it is a large complex,...More

1  Thank Don_G_Wright
Reviewed 15 November 2012

This is one of the best museums in Cuba. The front facade belies the style of the interior. Surrounding a large courtyard/garden are rooms full of items from old mansions, classical art, and a modest natural history section. Definitely worth a visit if you are...More

1  Thank RobinThom
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