Archaeological Museum of Aruba, Oranjestad
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Unearth over 5,000 years of Amerindian history at Archaeological Museum of Aruba and examine a vast collection of over 10,000 Amerindian artefacts dating back as far as 2500 BCE. Established in 1981 and recently moved to a beautifully renovated new premises, the museum presents stories of Aruba's rich cultural history through an impressive series of displays exploring Home Life, Artistic and Sacred Expression, Origins and Exchanges, and Past in the Present. Each present to you a realm of archaeological treasures. Featuring many temporary exhibitions, public talks and educational workshops, the museum provides a lively hub of historical learning in Aruba. Put Archaeological Museum of Aruba on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Oranjestad vacation route planner.
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It took me quite a while to find this museum, never realizing how close this was to the Renaissance Mall area. Chose to visit this place after being here a few years. This is a museum with artifacts a... read more »
No puedes perder esta experiencia y conocer la historia de esta maravillosa isla, no por nada es lo mejorYou can not miss this experience and learn the history of this wonderful island, not for nothing is the best thingshow original
Small museum which is well maintained and laid out. Archaeological finds such as pottery and coins and a reconstructed hut. Short videos . No air conditioning so quite hit upstairs. Free entry so Defi... read more »
First off, it's free! Which is amazing given how much this museum has to offer. I learned so much about Aruba and its diverse history.
nice museum. excellent history of the island which ties in nicely to the Caribbean prehistory. tough to find since most streets don't have signage but worth the trek.
Fernando De Araujo / FDA
The authentic archive of Aruba geological and archeological heritage. ****
Aruba foi colonizada pela Holanda, Oranjestad é chrmosa e onde atracam os Cruzeiros, além claro de ser banhado pelo mar do Caribe. Achei incrívelq os locais falam méda de quatro línguas: Holandês, Inglês, espanhol e Papiamento (ou Papiamentu é uma língua crioula e é a principal língua falada nas ilhas caribenhas de Aruba, Curaçao e Bonaire. Recentemente, ganhou o status de língua oficial nas três ilhas) Povo agradável, cidade tranquila, vale a pena
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