We went to the Curacao Museum as part of a Carnival Cruise shore excursion, but I believe there is a small fee to get in. As you get off the bus you enter the compound where there are gardens with sculptures and a cannon. There is a separate building that houses the front part of the "Snip" - the 1st KLM airplane to go from Holland to Curacao. There are photos on the wall to let you see how it used to be. The main building of the museum used to be a military hospital. On the outside are the bells of the carillon. You go inside and get to see the "keyboard" which our tour guide tried to play (she admitted she couldn't play it, but it still sounded very nice). You continue through the building seeing the type of furniture and objects that were used in the 18th and 19th century. There are also examples of artwork and sculptures throughout the building (ex. a very nice large stained glass map of the region). The tour didn't take long, is typical of things from that era, but still interesting. I would still recommend it.
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