Serafín Sánchez Museum, a Niche of History

The colonial house that today functions as a museum was built between 1825 and 1830 and was acquired by the Sánchez Valdivia family as a result of a purchase and sale.

But it was on November 2, 1990 that the building, located at 22 Céspedes Street, began to function as a museum.

It has seven permanent exhibition rooms and one temporary one. Its collection treasures valuable objects of the Sánchez Valdivia family and other patriots of the independence wars. In addition, it has a documentation center with valuable texts that deal with topics of the History of Cuba.

On the 178th anniversary of Major General Serafín Sánchez Valdivia, this institution ratifies itself as a niche of history, where people teach, learn and honor.

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