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The old Archbishopric, built in 1730, stands alongside it. Its ground floor houses the Ethnographic Museum of Cyprus.

District: Nicosia

Address: Archbishop Kyprianou Square Nicosia PO 21436, 1508 Nicosia

Accreditation: Society of Cypriot Studies

Operation Period: All Year

Hours: Tuesday – Friday 09:30 – 16:00 , Saturday 09:00 – 13:00. It is always closed Sunday and Monday, and on public holidays.

Facilities: The museum is accessible for wheelchair because it is a listed building and is Grade-separated internal and external spaces chorous. Public health in the courtyard of the museum, but there are people with wheelchair. Not there is private parking. Visitors to the museum can be parked in public parking on the street Pentadaktylou. It is also possible to park in St Barnabas Street, just behind the building of the museum, but the Archbishop Kyprianou Square. Carry out a brief tour of the history of the buildings and artifacts found at the curator of the museum, where visitors of the museum wants to tour though. The tour is done and in English. Guide of the museum, which presents exhibits selective Margarita Demetriou Treasures of the Ethnographic Museum of Cyprus (the old name of the museum), The book is available in Greek and English. The price is € 15. Yes, all transactions (buying tickets, souvenirs from the gift shop, etc.) in the museum made by cash only. Yes, there is a shop in the museum. The products are: Lefkara embroidery, fabrics, cocoons, figures of shadow theater, stained glass, books, etc. E-shop: http://cypriotstudies.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_25.html and blog: http://cypriotstudies.blogspot.com/

Telephone: 22343439

Entrance Fee: €2 regular ticket and concession fare € 1 (students, pensioners)

Ticket Fee: The entrance to the museum only.

Courtesy of the CTO