The Ethnographic Museum was established in 1979 in one of the most interesting traditional buildings in the city. The structure is a principal example of Berat’s rich history and culture.The building is a two story house built in the XVIII century with an accessible lobby attached to the side of the house.
On the ground floor of the museum it showcases a medieval bazzar of traditional crafts,including unique ornament and clothing,displaying the intricate skills of the craftsmen and aristocratic taste of its time.The upper floor of the house,traditionally reserved for everyday family life and activities,hosts the lobbywith sitting area,a guest room which is considered to be the most prominent feature, the kitchen and the utility room with numerous bjects usede for daily use.
Contact person: Agron Polovina, Gladiola Caka
Telephone/Fax: 032232224, 0693944020
Opening/visiting hours: 1 May to 30 September every day 9.00 -18.00, 1 October to 30 Aprile Tuesday to Saturday 9.00-16.00, Monday closed and Sunday 10.00-15.00
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]