Located a short distance from Kykkos Monastery, the museum offers stunning views of both Morphou Bay and Mount Olympus. Divided into two sections, the museum provides an interactive and visually captivating experience for visitors. The ground floor exhibition takes you on a journey through the history of the Cypriot forest, spanning from the Bronze Age to the British Colonial era.
Heading to the basement, you'll find a fascinating display showcasing the more recent history of wood processing and logging. This section features an array of traditional tools, machinery, and digital media to enhance the learning experience.
Within the museum's botanical garden, you can explore an array of specimens representing local and endemic plant species. It's a delightful opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich botanical diversity of the area.
The Cyprus Museum of Natural History, nestled within the enchanting grounds of the Carlsberg Brewery, stands as a remarkable testament to the island's biodiversity and geological wonders. Under the esteemed patronage of 'The Photos Photiades Charity, Scientific and Cultural Foundation,' this museum has earned its reputation as the largest and most comprehensive natural history exhibition on the island. With a vast collection of approximately 2,500 exhibits, visitors are treated to a captivating journey through the rich tapestry of Cyprus' natural heritage.
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.
Situated amidst the Municipal Gardens and its park, the charming Municipal Museum of Natural History in Larnaca features various themed collections, showcasing indigenous reptiles, insects, birds, animals, marine life, fossils, and rock formations.
The Thalassa Museum, named after the Greek word for 'sea,' serves as a modern, interactive facility housed in a multipurpose cultural center. Its primary goal is to raise awareness about Cyprus' marine heritage, spanning from prehistoric eras to the present.