Are you interested in modern art and do you enjoy taking a journey through local museums and galleries that paint a picture of the Cypriot culture? Then look no further than the Loukia and Michael Zampelas Art Gallery, which houses the permanent collection of the family consisting of contemporary pieces from the 19th to the 21st century.
Temporary exhibitions by artists from Cyprus and abroad are also held, whilst the exhibitions are complemented with educational programmes and other cultural activities. Also on display are etchings by Picasso and Dalí, and two impressive paintings by Glyn Hughes, a Welsh artist who spent much of his life in Cyprus.
Visit the museum to admire its art collection or its charming blend of traditional and modern architecture, whilst enjoying a drink in its courtyard.
The museum’s open all year round (except on public holidays) for a fee of €6,00 for adults, €4,00 for seniors and students, while children (under 12) and members are free. Opening and closing times may change from time to time so it’s best to check before visiting.