For better than half a century, the Curacao Museum has been educating visitors on the island's history and culture. Given that it's the oldest continuously running museum in Curacao—and that it resides in a former military hospital constructed in the mid-19th century—the institution's its own eminent landmark by now.
The Curacao Museum's collections sweep from the 1700s to the modern day, and include remarkable artwork, historical photographs, and many artifacts, among them the cockpit of the first KLM airplane to make the trans-Atlantic journey from Holland to Curacao. History buffs—and anyone looking for a little orientation to the island's heritage—will love this stuff!
The Curacao Sea Aquarium's surely one of the island's best-known attractions, and for good reason;... Read more