Dutch Museum reopens October 1st

Dutch Museum Saba re-opened on the 1st of October and will – as always – be open every day from 1 pm to 5 pm.

It features presentations (video) about the transatlantic colonization starting around 1600 in relation to the sugar trade. 
This is an activity within the framework of “The Month of History”.

The video is quite long, so there will be a break half way. All Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 this can be visited.

 Some special attention will be paid to the history of the Dutch West India Company and the relation with the Caribbean islands. in the period 1640 – 1800.

General info about the museum can be found on www.museum-saba.com.

Contact can be made via conservator@museum-saba.com or phone 416 5856

Location: Dutch Museum Saba, Park Lane street 12, Windwardside

Nice coincidence, just like last year: The program me in the whole month of October of Sea And Learn! Look at: http://www.seaandlearn.org/

 

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