The Tula Museum is fittingly located at Landhuis Kenepa. This once plantation was home to the largest population of slaves on Curacao, and it was here that the rebellion that led to emancipation was launched by a slave named Tula.
As you might imagine, the Tula Museum features exhibits dedicated to African/Curacaoan heritage. Topics include crafts, food, and more.
You may enjoy staying in a nice area within Curaçao if you plan on visiting Tula Museum, since visitors to this area of Curaçao will be pleased to have easy access to this museum for the duration of their trip. With only a few accommodations around the area surrounding Tula Museum, a small amount of foot movement should be bargained for.
|Lodge Kura Hulanda & Beach Club||Resort||Curacao||2.4 mi. (0.7 km)||NNW|
When you're ready for some fun in the sun, check out Playa Jeremi, the closest beach to the museum.
Tula Museum is closed on Mondays, but open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
For price of admission, you should call Tula Museum ahead of time to find out if they charge, and if so, how much.
Phone Number: (599-9) 864-0244 Or (599-9) 888-6396
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