MYKONIAN FOLKLORE MUSEUM
"....my soul frequantly
is, a lane in Mykonos..." N.
The beneficial to the public institution "Mykonian Folklore Collection" was
founded by Professor Vasilios Kyriazopoulos on May 1958. The museum is situated at Castro,
in a 18th century building. In there, are exposed museum articles sorted by
Keys and locks collections, handwoven tapestries, painted plates, old weights and
Cycladic sculptures and lighting devices ranging from the ancient oil to the kerosene
Obsedian tools and weapons representing the interior of a 19th century middle class
A 19th century bedroom.
A 19th century kitchen.
Around the "Mermelechas well"- a known pirate there are large and small
traditional Aegean ship models, cannons and pictures of old Mykonian sailing and
The Museum is open from April till October from 17:30-20:30 every day and from 18:30-20:30
on Sundays. Telephone contact on (2289-22591/22748) No admission charge.