We also managed to stop by the underwhelming Mural "Museum" for a few minutes. We weren't really sure what it was all about, but it was free, and is apparently housed in what is perhaps the oldest building in Havana. After that it was on to see a miniature model of the city, which was incredibly detailed and very interesting to study. Finally, we stopped by the Camera Obscura located at the top of a building on Plaza Vieja. This gave us some great panoramic views of the city, and we could even see that monument in Plaza de la Revolución that we had seen up close earlier in the day.
In case you missed it, here is the link to our first blog post about this trip:
5 Days in Havana (Part I)
And here are the rest of the posts from our trip:
Viñales Valley Wednesday
5 Days in Havana (Part III)
And here are a few more pictures from Havana Part II: