We went here before we left Aruba and it was definitely a nice way to end the trip. It's an old fort turned museum. It's also where the Bon Bini festival is held. It was very interesting and I learned a lot about the history of Aruba. The signs about the artifacts, area, etc. are in multiple languages- English, Spanish and Dutch. (I think I also saw Papiamento). The museum is mostly indoors and has air conditioning, so it's great to do on a rainy day or if it's unbearably hot. It doesn't take a lot of time, maybe an hour at most, and is very cheap to get in- $5. The kids got in free. This is a great place to visit and learn about Aruba's culture and history.
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