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This place is basically the upper floor of a townhouse in the old city ot the venetian harbour. A lot of memorabilia that could be very interesting if context provided. At least it was a minimal entrance fee.
Sometimes I feel rotten writing reviews like this, but I really don't think the folklore museum is worth even the €2 entry fee. It is a dusty jumble of bits of old Cretan life put together with no explanation in English, and very little in...More
It's next to the archeological museum, very cute with very gentle people to help you if you have any questions. Very interesting .. museum, you learn a lot about the life in Crete mostly in villages maybe about 60 years ago and more.
This was a very interesting museum, and shows Greek/Cretan life how it used to be. It is nicely put together and there are some fabulous embroideries on display, as well as traditional rooms, clothes and tools for weaving, wine making and farming. Only adults (over...More
This small museum, tucked away beside the Catholic Church, near the port area, is very well worth a visit. It packs into three or four small rooms items that show Cretan life until the very recent past. The memorabilia are fascinating and well laid out....More