April-October: daily 10.00-18.00
Full: € 3, Reduced: € 1,5
The ethnographic museum and its exhibits cover the second millennium AD in Crete. In the first phase of the historical development of the island with the retrieval by the Byzantines in 963 and their presence until 1205, the Cretan people entering the Greek revival of the Middle Ages. Over the next 700 years of occupation by the Venetians and Turks, the people he will not only not succumb to cultural occupiers, but will evolve creatively through the centuries, maintaining the standards of the empire. The Report presents 3000 exhibits from all over Crete and follows the ethnological taxonomic social work Human: Nutrition, Architecture, Weaving, Arts - Commerce, Transportation, Customs and Traditions, Social Organization.