Discover the best top things to do in Trinidad, Cuba including YuditVidalFaife, Galerie D'Art Calleyro, Lazaro Niebla Gallery, Galeria Bauza, Basso Art & Souvenir Gallery, Deustua Galeria Taller, Trinidad Architecture Museum, Romance Museum, Museo de Arquitectura Colonial, Museo de Historia Municipal.
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5.0 based on 124 reviews
Welcome to Cuban Art Studio, an amazing Art Gallery in Trinidad!!! You can enjoy and buy one of the best art in the center south part of Cuba. Yudit Vidal Faife is the principal artist and studied in the Cuban Fine Arts University . She has represent her country in many nacional and international events around the world. Descoverit by yourself!!!
5.0 based on 11 reviews
During a group tour of the artist's studios of Havana, we were introduced to the art of Lazaro Niebla. Using antiques shutters from local buildings, Mr. Niebla carves the likeness of aged faces he sees on the streets. Each is dimensional, some are tinted, but all are wonderful.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
This gallery is located off the centre of the town and very close to the San Jose restaurant which by the way is probably the best eating establishment in Trinidad. This is a great gallery which contains some excellent pieces of pottery at very reasonably prices. The lady serving us was very friendly even though she didn’t speak any English. We purchased a vase and managed to get it back to the UK unbroken. A gem of a place and well worth a visit.
4.0 based on 292 reviews
This is a small museum on one side of the main square, which is full of interest – in my case the visit was greatly enhanced by the appearance of a guide, Luis (his sister worked at the ticket desk), who gave me an enthusiastic and personal tour of the museum. Ask if he's around when you make your visit - there's not a lot to see, but that's what makes this museum so good. No overload, just full of interest, and perfect for a 30 minute visit.
4.0 based on 394 reviews
I had never been here after many visits to Trinidad. It is an interesting colonial home with furnishings from the same period as the original owner took everything back to Spain. Interesting view of life in colonial Trinidad.
4.0 based on 155 reviews
A great museum to visit (Trinidad has many of them) the artifacts are well kept, well displayed and the information is clear and informative. It explains a lot about the rich history of this beautiful island.
4.0 based on 348 reviews
This mansion, originally the abode of the local super Don, its classical bones are sumptuous with frescoed arches, kitchen dining room and courtyard. the exhibits are excellently themed tracing the history of ‘Trinidad from the days of piracy, plantations, slavery and war of independence. There is a tower reached by a rickety staircase with a viewing platform that may question your insurance policy. The fresco covered walls are appreciated only once you are back on terra firma.
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