Located in the Havana area, its construction dates between 1924 and 1927 and the French architects Virad and Dastugue were in charge of the design of said building, surrounded by beautiful gardens with sculptures that complement the museum's tour.
Property of the Gómez family, it was the home of the Countess of Revilla Camargo, María Luisa Gómez married to a Spanish businessman and also Count of Revilla Camargo and sister of José Gómez-Mena Vila, owner of the La Manzana de Gómez shopping center, today Hotel Kempinski apple.
The National Museum of Decorative Arts was founded on July 24, 1964 and it exhibits more than 33,000 works of high artistic and historical value from the reigns of Louis XV, Louis XVI and Napoleon III, as well as oriental pieces from the 16th to 20th centuries. It also exhibits works from the important French manufactures Sèvres, Paris, Chantilly and Limoges, and from the English ones, Derby, Chelsea, Wedgwood, Worcester and Staffordshire.
The museum provides guided tour services and specialized consultations.
Address: Calle 17, corner with streets D and E, Vedado, Havana - Cuba.
Telephone: 7 8309848.