The Curacao Museum is fittingly located in a colonial-style building in Western Otrobanda. Inside, visitors will find exhibits that touch on the geological history of the island, pre-Colombian artifacts, details about the time after the abolition of slavery, antiques, paintings, and a display of the traditional plantation kitchen. This is a great place to learn about life on Curacao through the ages.
This site presents for vacationers a unique glimpse about how Curaçao's people view the subject. As with many museums, Country House Museum hosts several permanent exhibitions, containing the exhibits that continuously bring new patrons in.
You may enjoy staying in Willemstad if you plan on visiting Country House Museum, as visitors to this part of Curaçao will have easy museum access during their visit. With only a small number of accommodations around the community surrounding the museum, only a little foot traffic might be bargained for.
You might want to give the museum a call before you visit to find out their operating hours.
The cost to enter the Curacao Museum is $3(USD) for adults, and $1.75(USD) for children under the age of 12.
Phone Number: (599-9) 864-2742
Location: 27 Dokerstuin, Willemstad, Curacao
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