Travel back in time with a visit to the Savonet Museum located at the entrance of the beautiful Christoffel national park. This former plantation house built in 1662 is an important cultural site to visit for its well-kept structures and artifacts from the past. This unique landmark allows its visitors to recount the social evolution of Curacao through the story of the island’s first inhabitants, the plantation’s owners, and the enslaved people. Different exhibits are presented for you to witness the situation of the distinct groups of the slavery period as well as the evolution of the civilization and customs following emancipation. To get in depth with all the details, you can do an audio tour or a guided tour with a local guide.