I visited with my wife on our honeymoon trip to Crete. The gentleman who welcomed us spoke very fluent English. He gave us a map of the place and an audio guide. The entrance fee is 6 EUR per person. A video about Crete and the museum history is also presented - quite inspiring I would say, so try to not miss that one. The museum has a lot of different "corners" showing different aspects of Cretan rural life. Everything is arranged in a very authentic fashion and you just loose the feeling of being in a museum but rather at the actual place... There are almost 40 "stops" on the guide map to observe. Everything in the museum has been built with the idea of sustainability thus reusing already wasted materials. Most of the displayed items were brought from very different places from all around the island including a wind mill mechanism which weighs 800 kg :) In the end of your journey in the museum court, don't miss the chance to taste the locally produced drinks... one made of cinnamon and the other - from almonds - very nice and refreshing - no alcohol inside. The museum cafe is outside but in the shade of trees and vines and feels very cosy with its small tables and chairs. The woman at the bar brought us some figs from the tree above the bar... actually the bar is constructed around the tree :) very original. The museum staff is so very nice and friendly... I suspect that they are actually the owners of the place. When we were eventually leaving, the man who greeted us when we came asked for our feedback on TripAdvisor and this review is actually my promise to him that I will share my positive experience from the museum with others. To make it complete I will say a few words in Bulgarian as the man told me he would love to see this in my language: Най-приятните 4 часа, прекарани в музей! Горещо го препоръчвам на всеки, който иска поне за малко да се докосне до магията на Крит!