A world of beautiful and interesting artifacts.
The Romantic Museum, located in the former Brunet Palace, can be found, just like the Architecture Museum, in the southern city of Trinidad. The building was erected in 1808 and belonged to one of the most powerful and influential families in Cuba. It mostly has works on display from 1830 to 1860, and shows rare objects such as a bed made of bronze and mother of pearl, a French wardrobe from 1852, a desk belonging to Maria Theresa of Austria and a glass display case from Meissen. You can also see fine China, porcelain and crystal belonging to some of the richest families from the Romantic period. This invaluable collection can be seen in 14 extensive halls. But once you’re done visiting this museum, don’t forget to take a stroll through the charming streets of Trinidad and get to know the coast of Cuba opposite Havana.