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Kura Hulanda Museum Willemstad
Museum Kurá Hulanda is an anthropological museum that focuses on the predominant cultures of Curacao. It offers a world-class chronicle of the Origin of Man, the African slave trade, West African Empires, Pre-Colombian gold, Mesopotamian relics and Antillean art.
Curaçao Maritime Museum
The Curaçao Maritime Museum takes its visitors on a discovery tour of more then 500 years maritime history of Curaçao. The story-line is illustrated through a permanent exhibition consisting of displays with authentic nautical charts, ship models and navigation equipment combined with audiovisual techniques...an attraction not to be missed.
The Curaçao Museum
The oldest still running Museum of Curaçao is located in a beautiful monumental building dated from 1853. The old Military Hospital was given its new museum function by dr. Chris J.H. Engels together with his father-in-law Rudolf F.W. Boskaljon. Together with the community of Curaçao, which helped raise 80.000 guilders for the acquisition of the inventory, The Curaçao Museum could officially open its doors on March 7th of 1948. The collection of The Curaçao Museum is a combination of objects dated from the 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st century. Highlights of the museum are the various paintings of well-known local and international artists.
Savonet Museum Curaçao
Savonet Museum is a unique concept in the heart of the Christoffelpark. The largest nature reserve on the island harbours the buildings of the former Savonet Plantation including the formal plantation house called “landhuis”. The Museum was opened thanks to funds provided by the Dutch Government trough the so-called SEI-program.
The museum gives visitors inside information and a peak into the lives of the former inhabitants of the area, starting with the first Arowak Indians who came to the island almost 4000 years ago.
Museum Tula Curaçao
The Tula Museum expresses visually through its permanent exposition, and also its other educational, commercial, economic, cultural, promotional activities the daily life of our African ancestors. Special attention is given to the period of slavery. The Tula Museum will demonstrate in all its expressions the battle and struggle against all ways and forms of slavery and also against racism. Equally the struggle against all forms of injustice and dictatorial systems.
Octagon Museum Curaçao
In 1812 after the first stage of the revolt in Venezuela had failed, Bolívar took refuge on the island of Curaçao. He and his two sisters arrived penniless and had to rely on the generosity of friends on the island. Lawyer and merchant Mordechai Ricardo lodged them in two houses. The two sisters stayed in the octagonal building by the sea, while Bolívar worked an studied in a small house on a hill overlooking the busy harbor of Willemstad.
National Archaeological Anthropological Museum
National Archaeological and Anthropological Memory Management Foundation – NAAM - in Curacao, is a nonprofit organization committed to the conservation and identification of the cultural heritage, tangible and intangible, of Bonaire, Curacao, St. Maarten, St. Eustatius and Saba in a Caribbean perspective. NAAM was founded by the Central Government of the Netherlands Antilles (1998) as the successor of the former AAINA (Archaeological- Anthropological Institute of the Netherlands Antilles).