Ethnographical Museum 


The Ethnographical Museum is an interesting and attractive new venue for weddings in Paphos which is proving to be a very popular choice for many couples. This is a private house owned by a Cypriot family for generations and the main founder, George Eliades was a well know archeologist in the area and opened the museum in 1958 - it is now family run and a very private, different venue to hold your special vows and wedding day.


The main area for the ceremony is set in a pretty courtyard and is very traditional with overhanging trees and flowers - perfect for those wanting a more Cypriot vibe for their day and photos, plus all the ancient artifacts in the museum and small outbuilding to explore provide a very 'different' and unique setting.


Cocktail reception package

Package 1 – 11 Euro per person

Champagne, orange juice, homemade lemonade, mineral water

Package 2 – 16 Euro per person



Dinner drinks packages available OR cash behind the bar, cash bar optional




Ceremony set up included in the price - chairs and covers

VOIL for the entrance on staircase

Lanterns and bird cage decor



Venue Hire Fee Ceremony Only 350 Euro

Venue Hire Fee Ceremony & Reception 450 Euro

Added Gift for our Bride & Groom


Registrar fees not included - ask us for the PDF magazine on this lovely venue and more photos!!