The folklore museum of Halkida housed in three rooms, and opened in 1981. The halls used were parts of the medieval fortification of Halkida and concrete that is left of the historic castle Negroponte against the Franks or Egrimpoz against the Turks.
The three halls of the folklore museum are divided into categories. The first room is a costume where you can admire traditional costumes from Evia and Skyros, weaving and embroidery, icons, offerings etc.
In the second room is a representation Halkidiki middle-class house of the 20th century, as well as tools of traditional professions such as carpenters and printers.
In the third room displayed inside and outside of a farm house, such as utensils and furniture, the trough for washing and the courtyard with the well. You will also see the tools and utensils used by professionals as the weaver, the beekeeper and farmer.