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Wonderful exhibits of Cretan day to day activities & the tools available to the residents. Quaint museum worth a visit while you are in Vori, southern Crete. Our guide informed us that the majority of the items displayed were donated by local families who had...More
We visited this after phaistos and were a bit disappointed. We were hoping to learn more about the history of crete, but this museum contains examples of recent artifacts (pots, ploughs, fabrics, etc) which I didn't find terribly interesting. I'm sure there are people who...More
Excellent exposition of the way Cretans lived not so long ago. Interesting, informative and comprehensive. These people worked unbelievably hard and still do. Good visit for anyone who grew up in a town or city.
Found the museum on the second drive through town. Park near the church and there is a small lane facing the mini mart which gets you to the museum. Although it said 'Open 1100 to 1700' it was shut. The second time we asked at...More
The Museum of Cretan Ethnology is a great little museum and well worth a side trip to the village of Vori. The displays are well laid out with English and Greek explanations. Those attending the museum will get an excellent insight into how the Cretan...More
Not really my sort of museum but it is well laid out and has many interesting items of life on Crete up until the war. Be careful in spotting the place. It took me 3 passes through the village to spot the sign.