Museo Casa Natal de Ignacio Agramonte
The most illustrious son of Camagüey, Ignacio Agramonte (1841-1873), a general killed in battle in the Ten Years’ War, was born here and his birthplace on Plaza de los Trabajadores is now a museum. It is a house from the second half of the 18th century, re-furbished towards 1801. The colonial patio in the house is a typical example of the architectonical design of the colonial period. The museum, inaugurated in 1973, exhibit a collection of documents, testimonials and belongings from the hero that left to history his endless fight for the liberation of Cuba from Spanish rule.