The Folklore Museum of Kastellorizo is a part of the Archaeological Timeless Museum and is housed in "Konaki" which is a building that was added later, during the Turkish occupation, to the medieval Castle.
The Folklore Museum is located in the "Kavos" district and is a two-story building, whose ground floor dates back to the years of the Knighthood, while the first floor is a 19th-century addition, during the Turkish era. "Konaki" was the seat of the Turkish commander.
It is hosted in the fourth room of the Timeless Museum of Kastellorizo and concerns the folklore of the island.
Among the exhibits of the Folklore Museum are traditional costumes of Kastellorizos, embroideries, ceramics, folk art items and a representation of the kitchen that existed in the folk houses of the island.
You will also see a diver's outfit, which spongers used to dive in to fish for sponges, with the bulky diving suit and various other items related to sponging and seafaring.
Source: Ministry of Culture and Sports