Tele Museum

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.

Staying Close

Those wishing to visit Tele Museum may choose to book their trip in Punda, since travelers to this region of Curaçao will have convenient access to the museum for the duration of their trip. There are a good amount of hotels in the locale within range of this landmark.

Hotels near Tele Museum
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Academy Hotel Curacao Hotel -- --
San Marco Hotel and Casino Hotel -- --
Scuba Lodge Hotel -- --
Otrobanda Hotel & Casino Hotel -- --
Plaza Hotel Curaçao Hotel -- --
Sonesta Kura Hulanda Village & Spa Resort -- --
Renaissance Curacao Resort Resort -- --

Location and What's Nearby

Island pastimes like hitting a few rounds of golf and taking to the water are also widely available here. Museum guests looking to follow-up with a few holes of golf will surely enjoy heading over to nearby Curacao Golf and Squash Club. Free hours can also be filled with time at Avila Beach, the most close-by beach. Though the outdoor options above are the most convenient to access, you will still find an impressive spread of similar beach and golf options. You will encounter additional other local attractions in this general area. You'll find a pair of attractions -Postal Museum and The Money Museum Yotin Kortá- which are both situated within just a couple miles of the museum.


Operating Hours

The hours of operation for the museum are not readily available, meaning your top chance at success is phoning before you leave to make sure the building is open to guests during the time you and your companions aim to stop by.


For price of admission, call Tele Museum ahead of time to find out if they charge, and if so, how much.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (599-9) 465-2844
FAX: (599-9) 465-2877

Location: Wilhelminaplein 4, Punda, Curacao



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