The Limassol Municipal Art Gallery boasts an extensive and diverse collection of Cypriot modern art, comprising more than 600 paintings, sculptures, pottery, and mixed media pieces. These captivating works are exhibited in both an old building and contemporary ground halls.
The Kourion Archaeological Museum resides within a traditional building, once the private residence of the late George McFadden. George McFadden served as the Assistant Director of the University of Pennsylvania and played a crucial role in leading extensive archaeological research in the ancient city of Kourion and its surrounding areas between 1934 and 1953.
The Medflora Museum Cyprus serves as a thematic museum dedicated to the medicinal flora of Cyprus. Comprising Persephone's Walk (MedGarden) and Orpheus Herbarium, it offers a unique experience to visitors.
The MedGarden, which forms the living part of the museum, provides a delightful opportunity for visitors to explore Persephone's Walk. This 20-minute meditative stroll takes them through a circular path in a vibrant garden filled with the scents and colors of over 80 medicinal herbs.
Established in 1985, the Municipal Folk Art Museum is situated in a renovated building, where it proudly presents a captivating array of Cypriot folk art dating back to the 19th and 20th centuries. With a splendid showcase of over 500 exhibits spread across six rooms, the museum offers an enlightening glimpse into various aspects of traditional Cypriot life, encompassing art, culture, traditions, society, trade, and more.
Situated within the former residence of the District Officer adjacent to the Municipal Gardens, the Municipal Museum serves a dual purpose as the historical repository of Limassol while also presenting the city's captivating history and culture spanning from the 18th century onwards. This collection is brought to life through an array of mediums, including written and oral documents, photographs, videos, newspaper and magazine clippings, furniture, ornaments, artifacts, clothing, and various other historical sources.
Apollon Hylates, known as the God of the Woodland, served as the guardian deity of Kourion, and it is believed that people worshipped him at this location from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD. The sanctuary dedicated to him held great religious significance and underwent several expansions and modifications during various periods.
In 2022, the Takis Pattichis Museum of Industrial Pharmacy was established by the Charalambos & Elena Pattihis Foundation, making it the sole museum of its kind in Cyprus and possibly worldwide. This remarkable museum showcases a diverse array of scientific exhibits dedicated to the industrial manufacturing and analysis of medicines, serving as both a tribute to the history of the Cyprus Pharmaceutical Industry and its visionary founder, Mr. Takis Pattichis.
Kourion, a significant city-kingdom in ancient times, remains one of the most remarkable archaeological sites in Cyprus. One of its standout features is the theatre, positioned on the southern edge of the steep hill upon which the city was built, making it of utmost importance. Originally constructed in the late 2nd century BC, the theatre underwent further expansions during the 2nd century AD, taking on its present dimensions.