Country House Museum

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 museum shows tourists a unique glimpse into the way the people of this country feel about the topic at hand. Country House Museum, as is the case with many other museums, plays host to several permanent displays, which show off the exhibits considered most relevant and interesting.

Staying Close

Those wishing to visit Country House Museum may choose to book their trip in Willemstad, since guests staying in this area of Curaçao will be excited to have convenient access to the museum for the duration of their trip. With only a small number of accommodations around the community within the vicinity of the museum, relatively little foot movement might be bargained on.



Operating Hours

The hours of operation for the museum are not readily available, meaning your party's smartest option is phoning before you leave to ensure the site is operating during the time you and your group plan to head over.


The cost to enter the Curacao Museum is $3(USD) for adults, and $1.75(USD) for children under the age of 12.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (599-9) 864-2742

Location: 27 Dokerstuin, Willemstad, Curacao


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