The Cultural Centre of Occupied Ammochostos (Famagusta) was established with the purpose of hosting regular presentations and briefings related to the enduring 'Cyprus Problem' - the division of the island resulting from the Turkish invasion of 1974. Visitors can access binoculars to observe the occupied city of Ammochostos and explore a small photographic exhibition as well.
The Classic Motorcycle Museum stands as the remarkable achievement of motorcycle enthusiast Andreas Nicolaou, who dedicated two decades of passion and effort to its creation. Presently, the collection boasts over 150 pieces, showcasing motorcycles spanning the years 1914 to 1983. Among the renowned brands on display are AJS, MV Agusta, Matchless, Norton, BSA, Triumph, Ariel, BMW, James, Moto Guzzi, Royal Enfield, and numerous others.
In a stunningly preserved structure dating back to 1889, lies the Cyprus Medical Museum, boasting an impressive collection of over 100 exhibits narrating the captivating journey of medicine on the island throughout the years. These exhibits are thoughtfully categorized into seven sections, each dedicated to specific medical specialties.
The museum's inception dates back to 1933 when it was established as the Criminal Museum under British colonial rule, led by the British Chief of Police under the colonial government. A significant section of the museum is devoted to chronicling the history of the Cyprus Police Force, spanning from the British colonial era to the contemporary times.
Situated within the walled city of Nicosia, the Cyprus Postal Museum occupies the ground floor of a venerable two-story mansion. Established in 1981, its primary purpose is to showcase the extensive and diverse postal history of the island, tracing back to the 15th century when the Venetian period saw the organization of postal communications to and from Cyprus.
Inaugurated in 2012, the Cyprus Theatre Museum finds its home within the Panos Solomonides Cultural Centre. The museum is thoughtfully organized into distinct thematic sections, each offering a unique glimpse into the island's rich theatrical heritage.
The Agia Varvara early industrial workshop presents a captivating museum, seamlessly integrating a traditional residence with a working space. This unique exhibit offers a glimpse into the bygone daily life on the island. At the heart of the workshop lies primitive equipment dating back to the 1920s, including a flour mill, crushed wheat mill, barley mill, and oil mill.
Situated in the picturesque village of Koilani, the Ecclesiastical Museum was established by the Limassol Bishopric with the purpose of preserving and displaying the ecclesiastical art of the parish. It also serves as a district branch of the renowned Byzantine Museum of Limassol.
The Fassoula Agricultural Museum is located in a classic rural dwelling situated in the charming village of Fassoula. Within its walls, visitors can explore a fascinating collection of agricultural implements, including a plough, yoke, scythe, and earthenware jars. These tools were once indispensable for daily tasks and served as vessels for storing wine or olive oil during a bygone era.
The Kallinikeio Municipal Museum of Athienou, located in the Kallinikeio Municipal Hall, showcases various aspects of the area's history from the Late Bronze Age (1600-1050 BC) to the present day. It is divided into three main collections: the Archaeological Collection, the Collection of Ecclesiastical Art, and the Ethnographic Collection.