Experience the oldest Aruban industry as a fun and informational daytime outing. Let the friendly local staff guide you through the rich history of aloe vera, its importance to Aruba’s economy, and the natural healing properties of this miracle plant. You will get to experience how the world-famous Aruba Aloe products are made and what makes them so unique.
If you are planning a visit to San Nicolas or to Baby Beach, stop by the Aruba Model Train Museum. This little gem was opened on December 1, 2001 by the director and founder J. de Vries.
Join in the fun at a game of glow-in-the-dark bowling or let yourselves go in the arcade area. Grab a freshly made pizza with a cold beer at their sports bar, or challenge a friend to a game of billiards! Entertainment for kids and the young at heart are all under one roof!
The only place on Aruba with over 6,000 square feet of eclectic amusement arcades where you can play to win! Everyone wins prizes when you enter the world of Dreamland!
Fort Zoutman was built in 1798 by the Dutch Army, and is the oldest structure on the island of Aruba. The Willem III Tower was added to the west side of the fort in 1868. Both the fort and tower were restored and re-opened in 1983 as the Historical Museum of Aruba.