Curaçao Sights



Ft. Amsterdam

Ft. Amsterdam Review

Step through the archway of this fort and enter another century. The entire structure dates from the 1700s, when it was the center of the city and the island's most important fortification. Now it houses the governor's residence, a church (which has a small museum), and government offices. Outside the entrance, a series of majestic gnarled wayaka trees are fancifully carved with human forms—the work of local artist Mac Alberto.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Foot of Queen Emma Bridge, Punda, Willemstad | Map It
  • Phone: 5999/461–1139
  • Cost: Fort free, church museum $2
  • Hours: Weekdays 9:30–1, Sun. service at 10
  • Location: Willemstad
Updated: 02-27-2014

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