Musem De La Revolution, Havana
In a pavilion of cristal walls (1976) the famous boat "Granma" is exposed.The boat used in 1956 to start the revolution (82 rebels) coming from Mexico.
Next to the boat there is an exposition of many ancient vehicles and splinters of a B-52
shot down during the American say Kennedy invasion of the Pic-bay
The Museum of the Revolution-
The former Presidential Palace houses the entire history of the Cuban Revolution; from a Cuban cosmonaut suit (only Latin American to go into space) to Castro's and Che's tiny invasion boat, the Granma. Check it out. (Ofcourse, Raul Castro's state-run tourism board will make sure you check it out anyways.)