The house used to belong to a 18th century sea captain, and a lot of the living arrangements from those times have been preserved. You’ll find a 19th century bedroom and kitchen, Keys and locks, hand-woven tapestries, painted plates, old weights and measures, traditional Cycladic sculptures and lighting devices.Obsedian tools and weapons, ship models, cannon models and pictures of old sailing ships complete this quaint little attraction. Another branch of the Folklore Museum is the Agricultural Museum that deals with the advent of agriculture on the island. It’s situated at Ano Mili. That branch includes threshing-floor, a village style oven, the wine-press, a water wheel, a stone water tank, dovecote, pigsty, the miller’s house and two small churches in addition to agricultural tools and machinery.
- No entry fee
- By Car
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15.08% of people who visit Mykonos include Mykonos Folklore Museum in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
83.33% of people start their Mykonos Folklore Museum visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Mykonos Folklore Museum
52.63% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mykonos Folklore Museum