This local tour operator offers visitors a unique chance to see some of the historic plantation houses of Curaçao as well as the opportunity to meet some of the local artists. Tours of Willemstad include many of the historic city’s outdoor art.
The Curaçao Maritime Museum is located in an old colonial two-storied mansion build in 1729. After this building was completely burned down in 1988, it was spectacularly restored. The interior is designed in maritime style, complete with a gangway, portholes and ship railings. The Museum was inaugurated in December 1998.
Housed in a historic building dating back to 1853, this museum and gallery has a permanent collection of exquisitely preserved 18th- and 19th-century furniture along with antique maps of Curaçao and the Caribbean and works
The historic building was completely restored in the early 1990's and is Punda's oldest standing building, dating from 1693.
Located on the east side of the Saint Anna Bay in Willemstad, this fortification dates back to 1635. Strategically located, the fort overlooks the entry into the harbor and protects the city.