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Paul D wrote a review Oct 2019
Downham Market, United Kingdom611 contributions186 helpful votes
What a place a delve into the past very well put together and some really interesting insights into how people lived.
Date of experience: September 2019
Waifacat9 wrote a review Oct 2018
Aspatria,Cumbria116 contributions56 helpful votes
This was our second visit to this property, this time a very pleasant and very knowledgable lady was on hand to show us around and explain the various artifacts on display which we did not have on our first visit. This is an excellent look back into how islanders lived not all that long ago, the house was last occupied by a family in 1953. This is a nice little detour if you are travelling around the Island and well worth spending half an hour getting a small feel of Island life. Admission is only €1 and certainly well worth it.…
Date of experience: October 2018
Gaynor P wrote a review Jun 2018
Anglesey, United Kingdom225 contributions48 helpful votes
Visited this little house as it was a stop on the Island Tour. Entry fee was only 1€. The house looks tiny from the outside but quite spacious inside with lots of interesting things to see. Definately worth a visit.
Date of experience: June 2018
minnie0586 wrote a review Jul 2017
Oslo, Norway47 contributions15 helpful votes
Here you get a close look at how a better-off family in Central Kos lived a couple of generations ago. Looks tiny outside - but somewhat bigger whe you come inside. You just really get a feeling of going back in time entering this house. The reseptionist was more than willing to guide us.You'll need 15-30 minutes. Did'nt look like they get many visitors - even it was the middle of July. Honarable that they have made this museum out in the wilderness. We loved it!…
Date of experience: July 2017
tracey71_13 wrote a review Jul 2016
Navan, Ireland98 contributions22 helpful votes
Came here as part of the island tour, It was only 1 euro to enter a take a look, there was a tour guide to expalin how the Greeks worked and lived , yes it was very interesting, I did enjoy looking around.It looks tiny from the outside but its alot bigger inside.
Date of experience: June 2016