Living History: Cuba’s Culture & Its People

Living History: Cuba’s Culture & Its People



Having provided comprehensive and overwhelmingly successful “People–to–People” programs to Cuba since
2011, the National Trust is pleased to return for meaningful exchanges between our travelers and their Cuban counterparts on issues related to historic preservation, architecture, planning and cultural heritage. Explore restoration efforts in Old Havana with experts, discuss conservation techniques at Finca Vigía—Hemingway’s landmark home—and meet with local artists, musicians and dancers to gain insight on the arts in Cuban culture. Along the way, converse with Cubans about all aspects of their work and lives.

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Trip Type
International Land & Rail Voyages
Departure Dates
Dec 2, 2019 - Dec 7, 2019


  • John Meffert

    John Meffert

    John Meffert, consultant on Heritage Conservation Services, has a long tradition with the National Trust. He has served as the Director for our Southern Office from and was the director of the Preservation Society of Charleston, the oldest nonprofit organization in the United States, responsible for preserving the historic resources of Charleston, S.C. John has delighted many study tour groups with his lectures and insights on preservation, and receives rave reviews as study leader.


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