Landhuis Kenepa Plantation, named for the fruit of the Kenepatree tree, was once the largest slave holding plantation on Curacao. In 1795, the slaves led a revolt that led to the abolition of slavery on the island.
Within the walls of Landhuis Kenepa Plantation visitors will not fine an antique furniture museum.
An important architectural feature of this yellow Dutch plantation home is that it forms a rectangular circuit made to keep the temperature of the house low.
A area within Curaçao is a good option for those wishing to visit Landhuis Kenepa Plantation, since guests staying in this area of Curaçao will be pleased to have easy access to this historic attraction during their visit. With only a few hotels around the neighborhood surrounding this historical site, less than average tourist movement should be anticipated.
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Historical site patrons who have worked up an appetite will have their choice of just enough dining possibilities close-by. Landhuis Daniel, which serves up Creole dishes, is also the most convenient option for visitors to this historical site. and Kalki Beach Bar And Grill are some of the other food and drink options near Landhuis Kenepa Plantation. At Kalki Beach Bar And Grill you and your party might try a bit of American cuisine and experience the culture of Curaçao.
Landhuis Kenepa Plantation is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on weekdays and 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
It costs $2(USD) to tour the grounds and museum within the house.
Phone Number: (599-9) 864-0244
Location: Weg Naar Santa Cruz, Knip, Curacao
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