Pierides Museum - Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation

The Pierides Museum is the oldest privatemuseum in Cyprus and is housed in the ancestral home of the Pieridis family, a colonial building built in 1815.

The Museum's collection was established by the Pieridis family and includes some of the most representative cultural objects of the island. It records the economic, social and cultural development of Cyprus over thousands of years.

The objects on display date from 4000 BC. to the 15th century AD and are an important testimony of the long-standing culture that flourished in Cyprus. Objects in the collection include red glazed ware from the Early Bronze Age, Roman glassware and medieval ceramic dishes. The visitor can also see in the courtyard of the Museum a collection of modern Greek and Cypriot sculptures.

The Museum is connected to the Aphrodite Cultural Route.