Eclectic mix of items, and overall in need of some improvement in the conditions for the displays, which were interesting.
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The Folklore Museum is ideally located in Kastro neighbourhood of Mykonos, in close proximity to Paraportiani. The Folklore Museum is the brainchild of Professor Vasilios Kyriazopoulos and the museum was formally opened to the public way back in the year 1958. The Mykonos Folk Museum...More
Interesting and the male in charge was very obliging and helpful - unlocking glass doors so photographs of religious votives (left for the virgin Mary in churches) could be taken and gave me an old postcard of the church next door (1948).
This museum has accumulated an eclectic collection of Greek items from the area. Don't miss the downstairs where there is a boat and some truly unusual historical items. They have some hand made items for sale. The gentleman there was very helpful and full of...More
This was a hidden gem...a very small sign inviting you in. The museum was located in the oldest home on Mykonos. A knowledgeable guide showed us around.
We stumbled upon this little museum and it was an interesting peek in to the history and culture of Mykanos. We were the only visitors and the man running the museum was helpful and oddly engaging. It is tiny and packed from floor to ceiling...More
We fell on this by chance and were thrilled we did. The man who works there is so passionate about his subject its contagious. The museum isn't well funded locally so please support him with a contribution. You'll get alot out of this if you...More
Knowledgeable guide, lots of interesting exhibits and larger than it looks from outside. Could have done with more printed literature to accompany the personal talk.
I decided to went to this museum because I love to learn about the history of the places that I visited. I really like the museum, a little bit small divided in 3 little rooms where you can have an idea how the people from...More