Danlí's only true sight, other than its cigar factories, is a small museum documenting the town's history. Tobacco, mining, corn, and cotton have been the four industries that have propelled Danlí's economy, and their history and their tools are well preserved here. The building itself was the one-time city hall and dates from 1857. It's worth a quick look. Hours can be irregular.
½ block west of Parque Central, Danli, Honduras