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5500 YEARS OF CYPRIOT WINE MAKING HISTORY
TOUR OPTIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS
- €10.00 Includes a visit of the Cyprus Wine Museum   with a general guide and a short audiovisual. Also wine tasting of 4 different Cyprus Wine Museum Senses wines, taste of Commandaria Orchestra, Vintage Dessert Wine, The Senses Trilogy of Zivanias accompanied with bread, raisins, Kiofteri/Shoushouko and Cheese.
- €6.00 Includes a visit of the Cyprus Wine Museum, with a general guide. Wine tasting not included.
Please contact the Cyprus Wine Museum for Tour and Wine Tasting options for organised groups (group is consisted from 8 (eight) adults and above), Educational children Tours and also for Dinner and Lunch offers at the museum premises
Every Day from 9:00 to 17:00
Closed on public holidays
* The Cyprus Wine Museum reserves the right at our sole and absolute discretion to make changes, corrections and/or enhancements, alter, suspend or discontinue any aspect of our Website or the content including these terms and conditions of use, services or products available through it, including the above mentioned tour options for individuals and opening hours at any time without notice.
Tel: +357 25873808
Mob: + 357 99 907636
Fax: +357 25821718
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EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY AT THE CYPRUS WINE MUSEUM
Organizing of school visits at the birthplace of the European Wine
The Cyprus Wine Museum is located in the village of Erimi, on the old motorway of Limassol-Paphos, 10 minutes away from the Limassol town centre. It is only a few minutes away from the historical Kolossi Castle, which is historically connected to the production of Commandaria and with which the students’ educational excursion can be combined with.
The Cyprus Wine Museum began its educational programs in 2005 during which the Ministry of Education and Culture of Cyprusevaluated it as an appropriate place for school visits.
Its educational activities have since addressed school groups of all classes and are performed in the Prehistoric, Ancient, Medieval, Byzantine and Modern Collection, while for high school students the Wine Routes at the St Hillarion Hall are also included.
The Museum’s program is also offered for students of Hospitality and Catering Schools where in cooperation and with the consent of the management of the school a sample course of wine tasting is given.
With a specially designed program and audiovisual, children from 3 to 18 years old get to know the 5500 thousand years wine culture of Cyprus from the birthplace of European Wine, Erimi. At the same time they learn about the culture of Cyprus, the importance of wine and vine in art and poetry while simultaneously they are initiated in the museum field.
The Museum Educator animates the exhibits, encouraging the children to observe, to think, to express themselves and to self-act. The teacher is advised to inform the Museum Educator on the preparation that has been made in the classroom for preschool and elementary children, so that the program is implemented based on the needs of the students.
The Cyprus Wine can also organize special educational tours that allow teachers to present on their own the museum to their group. Soon you will be able to borrow the relevant publications and other material that will help with the preparation in class.
The premises and the permanent exhibition of the Cyprus Wine Museum is also offered for visits of schools with students with special abilities. The museum premises are designed accordingly to the need of all students.
Directions To The Cyprus Wine Museum
The Cyprus Wine Museum
42 Pafos Street
Telephone and Fax:
+ 357 99 907636
+357 25 873 808
Fax: +357 25 821 718
How To Find The Cyprus Wine Museum
The Cyprus Wine Museum is situated at the birthplace of European wine, Erimi village on Limassol and it is found at the most historical and trade important crossroad on the island:
The old Limassol (Lemesos) – Paphos road (B6 road);
The Knight’s street which leads to the Kolossi Castle (Commandaria Castle);
The road towards the ancient town of Kourion and the Sanctuary and Temple of Apollo Hylates.
It is also onto the banks of Kouris River.
The Cyprus Wine Museum is placed at the starting point of the ‘Wine Routes of Cyprus’ and it is also suggested to be visited in the 4th route and 5th route, the ‘Krasochoria Lemesou’ (Wine villages of Limassol) and ‘Commandaria villages’ route.
Because of the Museum’s unique location, you can include it in your excursion towards the western part of Limassol District and combine it with sights in the area that you are interested in visiting.
By bus from Limassol:
From Limassol Leontiou – E.M.E.L. Station you can catch the bus with the number 16. Get off at Erimi Bus stop, which is 200 metres from the Cyprus Wine Museum.Continue walking in the same direction (towards Episkopi village) and you will find the Museum just before the Erimi-Episkopi Bridge on your left.
By bus the journey will take approximately 30 mins.
Cypriots are extremely accommodating and your bus driver or anyone in the vicinity will be more than happy to assist you with any directions you may need when you get off the bus. If you wish to impress, the local name for the Cyprus Wine Museum is “OINOMOUSIO”.
Nowadays, using bus transportation in Cyprus makes your visit to your favourite sights of the island easier. Limassol Urban Busses can help you combine your visit at The Cyprus Wine Museum by visiting first the Kolossi Castle (Commandaria Castle) using the buses ‘16’ or ‘17’. Then from the Kolossi bus stop by catching the bus ‘16’, you can visit The Cyprus Wine Museum, the ancient town of Kourion, The Sanctuary and Temple of Apollo Hylates and the Kourion Beach.
Also from the bus stop next to The Cyprus Wine Museum you can catch the bus number 40 and travel towards the wine villages of Cyprus and other traditional villages such as Arsos, Vasa, Vouni, Lofou, Omodos and others.
By car from Limassol To Paphos:
Head west on the A6 motorway.
Take the Episkopi / Kantou exit just after Erimi exit.
Take the first turn on you left and, then right on the T junction which will bring you to the Erimi – Episkopi Bridge. On the T junction you will find the brown coloured signs for The Cyprus Wine Museum to assist you.
Turn left on the T junction to go over the bridge.
The parking area for The Cyprus Wine Museum is immediately on your right as you come over the bridge.
By car from Paphos to Limassol:
Head east on the A6 motorway.
Take the Episkopi / Kantou exit just after Episkopi first exit.
At the T junction turn right, follow the road which will take you to the Erimi-Episkopi Bridge. On the T junction you will find the brown coloured signs for The Cyprus Wine Museum to assist you.
Turn left on the T junction to go over the bridge.
The parking area for The Cyprus Wine Museum is immediately on your right as you come over the Erimi Bridge.