Folklore Museum of Lagouta
The Cultural Association of Lagouta, aiming at the contribution to the cultural upgrading of the place and having the belief that tradition is a strong national bond, opened the Folklore Museum of Lagouta on September 14, 2008.
The Folklore Museum is housed in a building donated to the Association by the former Municipality of Arkalohori. This building was built after Nikiforos Fokas’ era. According to tradition the southern part of the building was the Church of Christ the Crucified and the northern part was the “Ellinikon”, in other words the school. The visitors of the folklore museum can admire valuable exhibits that refer to difficult periods and local tradition.