Guamuhaya Archaeology Museum is one of the places that best helps to understand the origin of the city of Sancti Spíritus. It is a research and educational institution located in an eighteenth century building that is known as Padrón House and is located in the charming Plaza Mayor in Trinidad.
In addition to the visual appeal of the old and well-preserved building elements, the site offers visitors a broad overview of life in Cuba since pre-Columbian times until the conquest through the most significant findings in the region and the archaeological work made since 1972 until the present.
Objects which belonged to Aborigines settled in the south-central region of the island during the pre-Columbian stage are shown chronologically, in eight different rooms, as well as human remains and material evidence from colonial city of Trinidad and Valle de los Ingenios.
If you are one of those who seek the foundations of history and prefer to do it through the most faithful witnesses bequeathed to us over time, do not miss the opportunity to visit this museum from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 17: 00.