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This was on our list to visit along with a local winery .
We couldn’t have been more welcomed by the owner and her knowledge of bees/ honey and history lace making.
Along with her knowledge of her family history in both topics above ....More
We were staying a night in Kari Drys and wanted to see what was available at the village. We found the museum online and it was a walking distance from our hotel.
Entry was €2 per person and we were taken on a tour by...More
This is a private, family run museum in part of their home. The owners daughter took us around and showed us how the family lived in the past. They have a honey making exhibit room and one showing the embroidery of the village women. She...More
Many times visiting Cyprus-did not know this was here!
It’s only €2 to get in and we only had to pay at the end if we enjoyed it!
A guided tour of the house, very descriptive, informative & well presented by the very friendly and...More
We came across this when driving along and we decided to visit. I must say it was well worth coming. The lovely lady showed us around and gave us a personal tour, taking the time to listen to us and to tell us about her...More
We visited this museum with family who live in Cyprus. It is more than just a Bee and Embroidery museum as it contains all sorts of artefacts and history of rural life in Cyprus. The owner gave us a fantastic / enthusiastic tour of the...More
We’ve passed along Kato Drys and came across the sign inviting us to the bee and embroidery museum. We were welcomed by the owner, a very nice lady with some wonderful stories about the island’s history. The museum is very nice with a lot of...More
What really makes this museum is the enthusiasm of the owner. We were the only visitors and he gave us a guided tour and answered all our questions. He even took us around his orchard/garden behind the museum and let the children pick some fruit.