This attraction is found in a neo-Renaissance house that was completed in the mid-1800s, making it one of the oldest buildings in Vlore. 

The Ethnographic Museum presents the traditional culture, crafts and costume of the Vlore region, and is listed as an Albanian Monument of Culture.

 One of the most valuable pieces here is an original 19th-century waistcoat woven in the local style. In all there are 300 pieces on display, many of which showcase Vlore’s expertise in woodworking, carpet-weaving and ornamental metalwork.