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We decided to take a bus down to San Nicholas to see what the "other" end of the island had to offer. A local gentleman directed us to the Museum of Industry (5 minute walk from bus station). We spent part of an afternoon being...More
We rented a car to visit this part of the island and stopped here and much to our surprise it was a great experience. The history and insight to the past and present economy of the island was wonderful and insightful along with the local...More
This was a very interesting museum which covers the history of Aruba through the lens of the 5 major industries that drove its growth over the years. The exhibits and new and very well laid out. We were lucky to be the only ones in...More
Went up to San Nicholas for the National Flag Day festivities. Had seen the tower before but didn't know you could go up. Downstairs is a bit of history of industry on the island; gold, aloe, phosphate, oil and tourism. Some neat old pictures of...More
As a Scout leader we had a fieldtrip at the Museum. The children ages 4 to 8 had a great time heating about the history of the Industries in Aruba. The guide was very informative and the children understood her stories. Not a big place,...More
Located in the recently restored art deco water tower, this small museum tells the story of the various industries of Aruba. I found the displays interesting. On the second floor, there is a six screen audio visual presentation by a variety of local people who...More
We just happened upon this as we were driving around the island. Not large, but well curated. Gives a great history of the island from an economic and industrial aspect. It is in the old water tower and government building in that area, which has...More
This museum documents the history of major types of industry on the island. Although the museum is small, it is very well presented and even includes a video portion that has interviews with aging Arubans who have been involved in industry. The museum itself is...More
This is the best museum on the Island. The area of San Nicolas is growing and this building is super neat as it is also a historical water tower. While your in this area just around the corner is Cochesa a gallery of work of...More
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Management response:Responded January 9, 2017
Thank you very much for your visit to our museum. We look forward to seeing you back on the island very soon.
Greetings from the Museum of Industry Team