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A little gem of a museum. The attendant set all the working models going for us , including grist mills and water wheels. Lovely old house in quier setting off a busy street.
Perfect for children but us 2 adults really enjoyed the displays.
This museum is very well organized. It is housed in one of the beautiful houses of the 19th century with a lot of history. They have a large collection of costumes and jewelry from different parts of Greece. They have an excellent exhibit of the...More
The building is beautiful inside from what we could see, not sure why there appears to be no history of this.
The lady curator didn't speak English, accompanied us throughout, and turned on the machine exhibits. A surprisingly enjoyable and educational folk exhibition with a...More
One of the most beautiful preserved builidngs east of the centre, you can combine in with a walk by the promenade. It often hosts interesting exhibitions. What few people now is that they can enjoy their drink at the garden cafe
It is a very interesting museum, located in the heart of the town. It has very well informed photos coming from the history of Thessaloniki, and drives you through time. The yard and the garden offers a very nice spot for relaxing, especially during summer...More
The Folk and Ethnological Museum of Thessaloniki is housed on a neoclassical villa, worthy of visit in its own right. If I am not mistaken it is one of the villas of the affluent jewish family of Modiano in Thessaloniki and a beautiful building as...More
Went with husband and 5 year old son. A lovely garden and a very child friendly museum. Many interactive devices that help children understand and see how the everyday activities of the past used to be, as making flour in a mill, spinning wool etc.It...More
Exhibits focus on everyday living in the past and how things were made/produced in Greece before mass industrialisation.
Has a nice courtyard cafe.
You can combine a visit to the museum with a walk along the sea promenade.
Out along the Paralia to the south and east of the city of Thessaloniki is where the rich merchants built their houses in dying days of Ottoman rule. These houses with their private access to the sea were architectural gems but sadly most have been...More
This was a totally unexpected, pleasant surprise. The museum occupies the two floors of the Moderna villa in what is still an upscale neighborhood. The second floor houses a well organized, extensive exhibit of fok customs from the area and special wedding customs and ceremonies.....More