Amazing dedication site for Che and the other soldiers. The museum and statue were really impressive! Only negative was that our bags which we had to leave in a separate room were 'robbed'. We only discovered the next day that a credit card and almost all money for outlast dew days in Cuba was gone! Keep your money on you!
Nice grounds, interesting building as well as interesting contents. You have to queue in the heat if you are not with an organised tour but well worth the wait.
We spent two hours around and in the museum grounds. It is a nice memorial with historical significance for the Cuban people. It is well maintained and there are some souvenir shops nearby.
Took a bus tour to Santa Clara and 3 other small towns. The Che Guevara museum was the highlite of the tour. Very attractive place with a well documented history. Very enjoyable.
It was interesting to see the museum exhibits - pictures, clothing, etc. It would have been a better experience if the commemorative area had been better lit so you could read what the inscriptions said. The monument is beautiful. The washrooms were surprisingly clean. Take the toilet paper from the attendant upon entering. Because we had to leave our bags... 更多
Many people come to this city for this Museum, it is great arkitecture with histories and memories, there was a long line up when we visited this month, it is located little far from city centre, we took a horse taxi, it was another good experince too.
One of the better done museums in Cuba, 30 minutes is all you need to view it, and learn about Che and his revolutionary activities. There is a huge statue of the man above the building -- perfect photo opportunity.
This museum is in the Che Guevara mausoleum. It has lots of artefacts and pictures, but very little actual information, and most of that is in Spanish and no other language. This is a real shame, as it could be a great place to learn about him.