Cyprus is an island with long history and a rich culture that spans 10,000 years, making it one of the oldest civilizations in the Mediterranean, as evidenced by the many fascinating cultural sights, museums, monuments and galleries.

All major cities of Cyprus have museums housing material from the wider district that they serve. There are also a number of smaller museums which service specific cites. By visiting the museums you will gain a sense of how everyday life was throughout the years as well as the art that was produced.

Among the most important Museums of our island are the following:


The Cyprus Museum (Archaeological Museum)
Ethnological Museum (Chatzigeorgaki Kornesiou House)
Nicosia Municipal Art Center
Leventis Municipal Museum
Museum of Fairytales
Local Archaeological Museum of Ancient Idal
Fikardo Rural Museum
Museum of Cyprus Railways, Evrychou


Archaeological Museum of Limassol District
Local Archaeological Kourion Museum
Municipal Folk Art Museum
Cyprus Wine Museum
Medieval Museum of Cyprus (Castle of Limassol)
Local Archaeological Museum of Kourion, Episkopi
Carob Museum and Pastelopoieio Black Gold, Anogyra
Museum “The Ploumistos Bread”
Museum of Folk Art, Arsos


Archaeological Museum of Larnaka District
Larnaka Castle
Pierides Museum, Larnaka
Local Museum of Traditional Embroidery and Silverware, Lefkara


Ecclesiastical Museum of the Holy Metropolis of Pafos
Archaeological Museum of Pafos District
Maa-Paleokastro Museum, near Coral Bay
Local Archaeological Museum of Palaipafou, Kouklia, Pafos
Museum of Folk Art, Geroskipou, Pafos
Local Archaeological Museum of Marion-Arsinoe, Polis Chrysochous, Pafos

Famagusta District:

Ethnographic Museum of Avgorou
Folk Art Museum in Deryneia
Ecclesiastical Museum – Falcon Savior
By visiting the museums you can get a feel of how everyday life was in the old times and even though they were faced with many difficultiues they still managed to create.