National Ethnographic Museum Berat, Berat

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The National Ethnographic Museum of Berat is a ethnographic museum located in Berat, Albania. It opened in 1979 and contains a diversity of everyday objects from throughout Berat's history. The museum contains original furniture and a number of household objects, wooden case, wall-closets, as well as chimneys and a well. Near the well is an olive press, wool press and many large ceramic dishes, revealing a glimpse of the historical domestic culture of Berat's citizens. The ground floor has a hall with a model of a medieval street with traditional shops on both sides and on the second floor is an archive, loom, village sitting room, kitchen and sitting room.
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  • It’s an interesting old house with an insight into life at the time. I found the guided tours of a couple of houses in Gjirokaster far more interesting.  more »
  • Great Museum and a lot of things to see! Feels back in the time Albania have a lot of culture and very interesting  more »
  • Situated on the slopey road from Berat's old town to its Castle, the National Ethnographic Museum stands as a true local gem, totally worth a visit. This wonderful museum offers its visitors a peak...  more »
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  • The traditional home on the second floor was really worth seeing. The description was barely readable though. The staff spoke English although very unfriendly. The security guard was really nice though. Public toilets available.
  • Nice little museum in a lovely old house, which really gives you a feeling for how people used to live. Well-organized with good explanations. Friendly staff. Well worth a visit.
  • Small, interesting, well signposted and friendly staff. Definitely worth going to.
  • Good experience of delving into the customs and traditions of Albanians. You can spend one hour there before heading to the castle.
  • Well laid out and interesting

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