This house, where Hemingway lived, with its last wife, Mary Welsh, for more than twenty years, it is the museum more important of the world dedicated to the writer.
Here he wrote The Old one and the Sea.
Many personal objects can be contemplated, thousands of books, pictures, heads of animals or their portable machine Royal (before the one that wrote of foot and barefoot). In the garden there is flamboyanes, real palms, mangos and until an immense ceiba (the Iroko, tree-deity adored in the santería). Everything transfers us to the Havanan and international life of Ernest who was defined in certain interview to if same with a cubanism dedicated to the vagabond and street dogs: "I am a Cuban sato."