Ethnographical Museum

The Ethnographical Museum is the perfect place for a historic wedding where culture and history meet love and romance giving you an unforgettable day.  One of the oldest and finest heritage buildings founded by renowned Archaeologist, George Eliades, started as a private initiative in an effort to preserve Cypriot culture and art.  His most gracious wife Chryso and family keep the Museum going in his honour.

A private venue for Civil and Church ceremonies, a reception straight afterwards can be arranged with drinks and canapés or even a BBQ in the grounds.

Number of guests not restricted and is 2 minutes walk from Paphos Town Hall.  Suitable for disabled access.

Terms & Conditions – 2012

  • A completely private venue – no visitors allowed in the Museum at time of wedding – €350
  • Drinks and canapés can be set up for after the wedding as well as a bar-b-q

Includes – one a half hours at venue

  • Decoration
  • Music (cd) – Surround
  • Bottle of Champagne
  • A gift from the Museum