We thought this would be an entertaining way to learn about the culture of Aruba, but the show a little too "off-the-cuff" for us. Admission is $5 (not bad), and there are some local artisans selling jewelry and other goods inside the front door. They also sell a limited amount of local food, which we didn't try. The show itself does convey some of the prominent milestones in Aruban history, but the stories are a bit drawn out at times. The performances are closer to amateur-grade than professional, some of them being awkward to watch or participate in, and the show seems to go on forever. I think 2.5 hours is fine for a professional show, but we were ready to leave after 30 minutes. If you decide to go, have plenty of drinks before you head out... I think you'll find it more entertaining.
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