The National Archeology Museum of Aruba is inviting everyone to visit their renovated museum.

ORANJESTAD – The Minister of Culture, Xiomara Ruiz-Maduro together with the National Archeology Museum (MANA) are extending an invitation to the community and visitors to visit the recently re-opened museum.

Building National Archeology Museum of ArubaMANA is an important contributor to the education of our culture and history. The new permanent exposition counts more than 10.000 historical artifacts of Aruba. Visitors can explore the great collection, a variety of findings belonging to our past, but also about the spiritual and daily lives of our ancestors.

Temporary exhibition “Caribbean Ties”Currently,  the MANA is hosting a temporary international exposition ‘Lasonan

Caribeño’ connecting people in the past and present that will be available until October 2020.

The personnel at MANA have worked with dedication to better educate visitors about the value and importance of the archeologic heritage of Aruba. The MANA organizes tours and educational programs for students about the cultural archeological heritage.

Tour National Archeology Museum of ArubaMANA preserves our cultural heritage educates about where we came from and who we are.

Opening hours Archeology Museum (MANA)
Date Time
Monday 1:00 pm- 05:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00am- 05:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00am- 05:00 pm
Thursday 10:00am- 05:00 pm
Friday 10:00am- 05:00 pm

Admission is completely free.

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