Tula Museum

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.

Staying Close

Those wishing to visit Tula Museum may choose to book their trip in a welcoming part of Curaçao, as those staying in this part of Curaçao will have convenient access to the museum for the duration of their trip. With only a few accommodations around the community within the vicinity of this museum, relatively little foot movement should be bargained on.

Hotels near Tula Museum
Hotel Type Island Distance Direction
Lodge Kura Hulanda & Beach Club Resort Curacao 2.4 mi. (0.7 km) NNW

Location and What's Nearby

If your stomach begins to growl, visitors will find a small number of food and beverage places in the neighborhood of Tula Museum. Landhuis Daniel, which plates up Creole meals, is very close-by, making it a great option for museum patrons. Watamula Restaurant and Kalki Beach Bar And Grill offer additional refreshment choices nearby. At Kalki Beach Bar And Grill you and your companions will want to try a bite of American dishes and enjoy the culture of Curaçao.


Operating Hours

Tula Museum is closed on Mondays, but open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.


Arrive at this attraction ready to pay the total cost of admission, which your group can learn by phoning before you leave.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (599-9) 864-0244 Or (599-9) 888-6396

Location: Curacao

Email: museotula@hotmail.com


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