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Overall the place is ok, £5 per person then £5 for a book. 2 floors to look around which are ok if your interested in dusty and broken things.
Lady who is owner again is ok but I think she could employ a cleaner to...More
A bit hard to find but well worth the search, this is a little gem of a museum in the private house of the archaeologist who curated the contents. The house is still occupied by, and the interesting and extensive range of artefacts is still...More
Use your imagination and enjoy! Chryso the curator is a lady who cares greatly about her childhood home (300 yrs old) and is indebted to her late husband for making it the quaint museum it is. Loved the experience.
On holiday in Paphos, without access to a car that day, we had walked up from our hotel, the Alexander the Great,on the coast, to visit the Archaeology Museum. After a climb up the hill in the heat, we found that it was still closed...More
We ended up here quite accidentally but it ended up being one of the most interesting things we did in Cyprus.
It's a museum that is a labour of love, started by a historian who just adored his country. It's continued on now by his...More