Sponsored by the islands telecommunications company, the Tele Museum features the history and growth of telecommunication (and communication technology in general) on Curacao. Visitors will be able to see how as the island grew, so did the need of communication infrastructure that is still in use today.
As visitors walk through the exhibits, they will be taken on journey starting in the 1800's and moving into the present. Starting with the first telephones on the island, Curacoa has used the technology to help the island stay connected as the the people spread out. The story continues with the spread of other technologies like computers and the internet, and the role they play for Curacoa today and will play in the future.
Punda is a good option for those wishing to visit Tele Museum, since visitors to this area of Curaçao will have the benefit of easy museum access during their visit. If you want to stay somewhere within easy reach of the museum, you'll have a fair number of lodgings to choose from nearby.
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If you work up an appetite viewing this museum, you're in luck, since you'll find a plentiful supply of lunch and dinner options within traveling distance. The closest place to eat is Ay Caramba Cafe and are additional restaurant choices nearby where you have the chance to give your taste buds a treat and enjoy the Curaçao scene., which has a menu full of Cuban meals.
Give the museum a call ahead of time to determine their operating hours.
Show up at this landmark ready to pay the total cost of admission, which your party can determine by phoning before you leave.
Phone Number: (599-9) 465-2844
FAX: (599-9) 465-2877
Location: Wilhelminaplein 4, Punda, Curacao
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