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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Water Museum comprises the historical Limassol Water Pumping Station, known as the 'Water Machine,' constructed in 1925. Situated next to the Limassol Water Board offices, this Pumping Station is a designated Protected Historic Building on the Cyprus Department of Town Planning and Housing's list. Its primary purpose was to extract substantial amounts of water from the Garyllis Delta aquifer, which was then conveyed through water pipes to the Limassol Water Tower for distribution throughout the town of Lemesos.