Ethnographical Museum


Rich in local history, this small museum offers privacy and something fun and quirky for those wanting something alternative. Quaintly located in the Old Town of Paphos, the original building which houses the collections was constructed in 1894, opening as a museum in 1958. Today it also serves as the private residence of the mother and daughter of the Museum’s original founder, George S. Eliades. Thus, the Museum is private collection of local history and is still family run. The grounds give way to a beautiful, private courtyard which offers an intimately charming setting for your ceremony.


The space is available for civil, symbolic and religious (Christian) ceremonies, as well as cocktail receptions and wedding dinners.  Guests are free to explore the exhibits, and wedding parties have the option of organising champagne, refreshments and canapés.


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