Museums & Galleries Limassol

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A select pick of must visit galleries and museums in and around Limassol.

Learn about the history, antiquities and folk culture in the different museums and galleries. Check each one in terms of entrance fee and opening hours. The information and photos featured here are from the Nicosia municipality website.

The Limassol District Archaeological Museum houses a rich and notable collection of antiquities from the Neolithic age to the Roman period, originating from excavations at various archaeological sites in the Lemesos region.

The exhibits are housed in three rooms and are divided into three main categories. 

Admission Fee: Free

Limassol Castle and Museum

In the center of the old city and the harbour of Limassol, you will find the Medieval Castle and Museum. The first castle was built by Guy de Lusignian in the 12th century and nowadays transformed to the District Museum. Visitors can explore the castle’s permanent exhibition about Cyprus’ cultural and historical emergence. Admission fee: 4.50 euro
Sculpture Park along the Limassol promenade

The spectacular ‘Prokymea sculpture park’ and sculpture trail which runs the length of the Molos sea front and features works of art created by 16 artists of Cypriot and Greek origin as well as a number of international artists. The sculptures were selected through three sculpture symposiums from 1999-2001 and were incorporated into the park when the Molos area was remodelled. Stunning sea views complement the sculpture shapes.

Admission fee: Free



Archaeological sites of Amathous and Kourion

Amathous is located 11km east of Limassol centre and you can visit archaeological finds such as the Agora, the public baths, the Temple of Aphrodite, early Christian basilicas and several tombs. The archaeological remains of Kourion consists a magnificent Greco-Roman theatre Admission fee: €4,50 **For organised groups consisting of more than 10 persons there is a 20% reduction on the entry fees. The Department of Antiquities can issue special entry cards for all its museums and ancient monuments: One (1) day entry cards - €8,50, three (3) day entry cards - €17,00, seven (7) day entry cards - €25,00
Kolossi Castle

Kolossi castle located in Kolossi village 14 kilometres west of the city of Limassol and was  a former Crusader castle. The castle today consists of a single three-storey keep with an attached rectangular enclosure or bailey about 30 by 40 metres. It is a fine example of medieval military architecture and directly connected with a number of important events, which constitute various interesting folds of the agelong and stormy history of Cyprus

Admission Fee: 2.50euro


Limassol Municipal Art Gallery & Apothikes (Warehouses) Papadaki

The Limassol Public Gallery presents one of the largest and richest art collections of Cypriot Modern Art and has a great significance, both from an artistic and from a cultural point of view Municipal Arts Center - Apothikes (Warehouses) Papadaki Papadakis Warehouses are located in the heart of the historical centre of Limassol, in Stathi Papadaki street, near Ayios Andreas street.

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