The Vivlos Folklore Museum on Naxos is housed in the restored olive mill of the village which has a full display of the old equipment, with the millstones that crushed the olives as a centerpiece.
Visitors also see a big collection of traditional utensils (earthen pots and pans, braziers etc), artisans’ tools (shoemaking, weaving, cheese making), farmers’ equipment and apparel, a loom, old fabrics, an old island bedroom and much more that acquaints visitors with the traditional way of living, working and the everyday habits of villagers in the days of old.
|Daily from June to September||10:00 – 14:00 & 18:00 – 20:30|
|Directions for access||If you go by car, take a right on the Chora-Vivlos road towards Plaka (indicated by a signpost) and then a left about 200m further on, on the way to the primary school. The museum is immediately to your right. There are several signposts directing you to it in the village.|
|Parking||there is ample parking space in the area around the school.|
|Public transport info||Vivlos is accessed either by private car or public bus. From the KTEL terminal in Chora, take any of the buses to Tripodes, Livadia or Pyrgaki, Kastraki, Mikri Vigla and Alyko (during the summer months).|
|Accessibility for wheelchairs||Inaccessible for wheelchairs.|