Mykonos Folklore Museum Tours

Housed in the old captain’s house on the seafront of Mykonos Town, the Mykonos Folklore Museum transports visitors back to the 19th-century, offering a unique insight into historic life on the island. Inside, visitors can take a peek at a typical 19th-century bedroom, kitchen and sitting room, decked out in period style, with traditional oil lamps and vintage furniture.

Among the museum’s eclectic collection, highlights include antique tools, utensils and ceramics; musical instruments; rare textiles and embroidered works; and fine paintings. Also on display is a pair of canons used during the 1821 War for Independence, an impressive collection of keys and locks, and a series of sketches depicting Mykonos shipping vessels.

Practical Info

The Mykonos Folklore Museum is located in the Kastro neighborhood of Mykonos Town and is open from April to October, daily between 5:30 and 8:30pm. Admission is free but donations are welcomed.
Location
Address: Kastro, Mykonos Town, Greece
Time
Hours: April-Oct daily 5:30-8:30pm
Ticket
Admission: Free (donations welcome)
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