Museo de la Lucha contra Bandidos
Visible from afar, the proud yellow bell tower is a vestige of the former convent ofSan Francisco de Asís (18C), which has had a tumultuous history. Used as a henhouse, briefly a school, then a barracks, it today has a new vocation: to record the war waged by the current regime against bandits (counter-revolutionaries) who opposed Castro in the 1960s. They may be seen in the images displayed here, now theMuseo de la Lucha contra Bandidos . Fine view from the top of the bell tower.
Address:Calles F. H. Echerri / P. Guinart Trinidad
daily except Mon 9am-5pm