The museum’s collection includes a rich range of traditional objects, brought from all over Cyprus and mainly from the Paphos District, dating from the period of the Turkish occupation until the mid-20th century. Everyday objects, farm tools and remarkable folk art are intertwined with the daily life of Cypriots of earlier times. Among them are jars, buckets and baskets, wooden trays, a loom and many more.
The museum today, in an effort to follow contemporary museological approaches, has created interesting thematic exhibitions that offer the visitor a vivid picture of the past. So the traveller can find representations of traditional farm houses, as well as workshops of traditional occupations, such as a scarf workshop.
The space is not accessible by wheelchair.
Winter Hours (September 16 to April 15): Monday to Sunday: 8.30am – 4.00pm
Summer Hours (April 16 to September 15): Monday – Sunday: 9.30 -17.00
Entrance Fee: €2.50
The Geroskipou Museum of Folk Art will be closed to the public from 18th June 2019 until 30th October 2019 due to maintenance work.