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
Located in beautiful 18th-century Landhuis Habaai is Curaçao’s leading gallery for authentic local and Caribbean art, which are displayed in the main building.
Aspiring artists might be interested in visiting Curaçao’s Center for Contemporary Art. Established in 2006, its goal is to develop young talent not only to create art but to become “aware of the strength of imagination and their own fantasy and how they can use that to represent ideas in an image or a sculpture.”
Indulge in a cultural experience through history, contemporary art, and nature. The venue, a country house dating back to 1735, is now a lively meeting place hosting ongoing art exhibitions by local and international artists. Also
visit the library, gift shop, and sculpture garden or enjoy a walk through the seven-acre park.
Conveniently located in the city center, Mon Art Experience exhibits art, local handmade craft, and jewelry by a select group of artists and designers who are inspired by the diverse culture and nature of Curaçao. Handmade gifts and books are also sold nearby in the Rif Fort Museum. Open Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (nonstop).