Archaeological Museum of Tinos
The exhibition in the Archaeological Museum of Tinos reveals the island’s history, dating back from the 10th century B.C. One of the most remarkable exhibits is considered to be the marble sun-clock of Andronicus of Kiristos, which has been characterized by many as the ancestor of the Antikythera Mechanism, as it also calculated the solar time, the solstices and the equinoxes.
Full admission: 2€
General admission for adults
Reduced admission: 1€
The following visitors are entitled to a reduced admission:
1. Greek Senior citizens and Senior citizens from EU countries, 65 years of age and over, with current identification card
2. Young persons under 18 years of age, from non-EU countries, with current identification card to confirm age
3. Students from Higher Education Institutions, from non-EU countries, with current student identification card or International Student Identity Card
The following visitors are entitled to free admission:
1. Young persons under 18 years of age, from EU countries, with current identification card
2. Greek unemployed citizens, with identification card and current unemployment card
3. Visitors with disabilities from EU and non-EU countries
VISITING HOURS - CONTACT PHONES
April 1st - October 31st
Tuesday to Sunday 08:30 - 15:00
Phone: (+30) 22830 29063
The Archaeological Museum of Tinos is located in the heart of the island, on the road leading to the church of Panagia of Tinos.
PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
People with disabilities have easy access to all areas of the Museum.
Latest update: 13/6/2015