This quaint, but well laid out and well displayed museum is a totally brilliant. The creation, design and lay out is all created by the local mayor Elias. Elias is the curator, the local mayor and a man of many talents. Speaking to many locals, he has created one of the most beautiful villages in Cyprus.
The museum sits opposite a very warm and welcoming coffee shop/local tavern that serves some of the best home made cooking in Cyprus. Combined together, these 2 local attractions are not to be missed.
English, as well as Greek and a few other languages are helpful to visitors. If you are in the Paphos area then this museum is a must. I have never visited another museum in Cyprus that displays the latter days of Cyprus in such a clear picture. Access is easy and parking is free. This is not a money grabbing attraction. Access is free and donations help to maintain the building.
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