The National Archaeological Anthropological Museum (NAAM) focuses on the multifaceted heritage and history of the Dutch Caribbean—not just Curacao, but also Bonaire, St. Maarten, St. Eustatius, and Saba. What with its strong emphasis on research and outreach, the institution pledges to be "more than a museum," but in that role alone it certainly excels.
NAAM's archaeological and anthropological exhibits include pre-Columbian artifacts; a treasury of cargo from the Alphen, a frigate wrecked in Willemstad's harbor in 1778; displays on slavery in the islands; and other collections, not to mention temporary exhibitions of all kinds. Deepen your understanding of Curacao and its neighbors at NAAM!
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