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It was raining, the museum appeared closed, there was a phone number to ring for it to be opened and within a couple of minutes the peerless Marion had invited us into the most amazing, meandering, deeply authentic museum of local crafts, economic activities and...More
Eight euro per person which is too much for what you see here. Kind lady showing some rooms with enthusiasm. They say it is a 300 year old house. If it is the case then it was not cleaned for 300 years. Full of dust....More
When you first go in, it looks a bit like an antique / junk shop, but once you start going into all the different rooms, you realise this is a wonderful collection of traditional pieces. It may not be slick, but that adds to the...More
We loved this private collection of artifacts from Gozo's past. There are 28 rooms filled with interesting items themed into every activity performed by former village folk in times gone, including baking, wine making, black-smithing, carpentry, weaving, cheese making, farming, worshipping, travelling, and much more....More
Visited folklore museum several times during my visit from Aprl 14 TO 21 2017. Each time outer door of museum was open but door leading into museum was closed. There was a sign at door to call a phone number if no one was there...More
It is a private-owned museum hosted in an 18th-century village house.
Historic objects associated with Gozo’s traditional trades, crafts and pass times are what are exhibited out here and it reminded me of similar I see in villages in Cyprus.
On the whole the island...More
This beautiful rhiad style house is in the centre of Gharb by the bus-stop and packed with amazing items from all aspects of traditional local life. There is limited printed info' but the owner is there to answer any questions you may have; my only...More