Kas di Pal’I Maishi is a traditional adobe house with a latched roof built about 130 years ago.
It illustrates the way the Afro-Curaçaoan rural population of Curaçao lived till about 1950.
The method of construction dates back to before the year 1700 and coincide with the coming of the enslaved Africans.
Inside a is a small museum with typical household artifacts from the past.
In the backyard local food is served at lunchtime.
This museum forms part of the memory of the Afro-Curaçaoan heritage.