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Museums and Archaeological Sites in Greece

Experience the rich and glorious history of Greece through its Cultural Heritage. Archaeological Sites, UNESCO's Monuments, Archaeological, Byzantine and Folklore Museums along with Medieval Castles await you in every corner of Greece to discover them. Here you will find all the necessary information you need to visit them.

Cyclades Islands
Archaeological Site of Delos - Museum
Information:

The island where God Apollo and the Goddess Artemis were born is one of the most important sanctuaries of the Greek world. Here the visitor, apart from the sanctuary can also admire the best preserved ancient Greek city. Delos’ Archaeological Museum displays sculptures and reliefs found on the island excavations, which are considered to comprise one of the finest collections in the entire world. There are also pottery findings dating from prehistoric up to late Hellenistic times, as well as several small items found in private residences on the island.

 

Tickets:

Full admission: 5€

General admission for adults

 

Reduced admission: 3€

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:

April 1st - October 31st

Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Sunday 08:00 - 20:00

Friday - Saturday - Monday 08:00 - 15:00

 

Phone: (+30) 22890 22259

 

 

Get there:

From the old port of Mykonos there are daily ferries to Delos that last 25 minutes and cost 18 € per person.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities have easy access to all areas.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 

Museum of Prehistoric Thera - Santorini
Museum of Prehistoric Thera - Santorini Greece. Summer Holidays in Greece.
Information:

The exhibition of the Museum of Prehistoric Thera includes findings, dating from the 17th century B.C., during the great prime of the island, discovered at the excavations of Akrotiri. It also hosts other findings, from other regions of Santorini, dating from the Late Neolithic Era up to the 17th century B.C.

 

Tickets:

Full admission: 3€

General admission for adults

 

Reduced admission: 2€

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:

April 1st - October 31st

Monday & Wednesday to Sunday 08:00 - 15:00

Tuesday: Closed

 

Phone: (+30) 22860 23217

 

Get there:

The Museum of Prehistoric Thera is located in the city center of Fira, and is accessible by car.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities have easy access to all areas of the Museum.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 

Archaeological Museum of Mykonos
Archaeological Museum of Mykonos Greece. Summer Vacations in Greece.
Information:

In the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos the visitor can admire findings from the wider region of Cyclades. Of great importance is considered to be the impressive “Pithos of Mykonos”, a large jar, which depicts scenes from the Trojan War and is dated from the 7th century B.C.

 

Tickets:

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:

April 1st - October 31st

Tuesday to Sunday 09:00 - 16:00

Monday: Closed

 

Get there:

The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos is located near the port.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities do not have access to the Museum.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 

Archaeological Museum of Milos
Information:

In the Archaeological Museum of Milos the visitor can admire a great variety of exhibits, such as sculptures, reliefs, pottery jars and other archaeological findings from the wider area of Milos. An identical replica of the Aphrodite of Milos stands at the Museum entrance.

 

Tickets:

Full admission: 3€

General admission for adults

 

Reduced admission: 2€

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:

April 1st - October 31st

Tuesday to Sunday 09:00 - 16:00

Monday: Closed

 

Phone: (+30) 22870 21620

 

Get there:

The Archaeological Museum of Milos is located in the area of Plaka.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities do not have access to the Museum.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 
Archaeological Museum of Naxos
Archaeological Museum of Naxos Greece. Travel guide of Greece.
Information:

In the Archaeological Museum of Naxos the visitor can view findings, originating mostly from the Early Cycladic Period, discovered at the excavations on the island the last years. The most impressive exhibit is probably the mosaic, lying on the roof terrace of the museum, which depicts a woman riding a sea creature.

 

Tickets:

Full admission: 3€

General admission for adults

 

Reduced admission: 2€

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:

April 1st - October 31st

Tuesday to Sunday 08:00 - 15:00

Monday: Closed

 

Phone: (+30) 22850 22725

 

Get there:

The Archaeological Museum of Naxos is located in the town of Naxos.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities do not have access to the Museum.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 

Archaeological Museum of Andros
Archaeological Museum of Andros Greece. Visit Greece holidays
Information:

In the Archaeological Museum of Andros the visitor can admire exhibits, discovered at the excavations having taken place on the island, which date back from the early Geometric Period up to the Byzantine Times.

 

Tickets:

Full admission: 3€

General admission for adults

 

Reduced admission: 2€

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:

June 25th - October 25th

Tuesday to Sunday 09:00 - 16:00

Every Thursday one of the three floors will be closed.

 

Phone: (+30) 22820 23664, 29134

 

Get there:

The Archaeological Museum of Andros is located in the Town of Andros, at Theophilos Kairi square.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities have easy access to all areas of the Museum.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 

Archaeological Museum of Sifnos
Archaeological Museum of Sifnos Greece. Holidays in the Greek islands
Information:

The Archaeological Museum of Sifnos, based in the town of Castro, displays exhibits about the life on the island, from the Geometric Period (the Greek Dark Ages) up to the Roman Times. There are, also, exhibits originating from the Ancient Acropolis (citadel) of Agios Andreas.

 

Tickets:

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:

April 1st - October 31st

Tuesday to Sunday 08:00 - 15:00

Monday: Closed

 

Phone: (+30) 22840 31022

 

Get there:

The Archaeological Museum of Sifnos is in the Castle east of Sifnos.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities have easy access to all areas of the Museum.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 

Archaeological Museum of Tinos
Archaeological Museum of Tinos Greece. Visit the Greek islands
Information:

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.

 

Tickets:

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:

April 1st - October 31st

Tuesday to Sunday 08:30 - 15:00

Monday: Closed

 

Phone: (+30) 22830 29063

 

Get there:

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

 

Maritime Museum of Andros
Maritime Museum of Andros Greece. Trvael guide of Greece.
Information:

The Maritime Museum of Andros was a donation of Goulandri family and it introduces the marine history of the island through charter parties (marine organizational documents), logbooks, model –ships, old schooners and modern tankers.

 

Tickets:

Full admission: 3€

General admission for adults

 

Reduced admission: 1.50€

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:

June 27 - October 31st

Monday to Sunday 11:00 - 15:00 and 18:00 - 21:00

 

Phone: (+30) 22820 22264

 

 

Get there:

The Maritime Museum of Andros located at the end of the old town, in “Afanous Nafti” square.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities do not have access to the Museum.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 

Archaeological Museum of Thera
Archaeological Museum of Thera Greece. Holidays in the Greek islands
Information:

The Archaeological Museum of Thera displays collections of sculptures and inscriptions dating from the Archaic up to the Roman period. The most important exhibits are the Thirean amphora, a large volcanic stone; as well as many findings from the ancient Thera cemetery excavations.

 

Tickets:

Full admission: 3€

General admission for adults

 

Reduced admission: 2€

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

 

FREE admission

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

 

Open Hours:
April 1st - October 31st

Tuesday to Sunday 08:00 - 15:00

Monday: Closed

 

Phone: (+30) 22860 22217

 

Get there:

The Archaeological Museum of Thera is located in of the town of Fira very close to the cable car facility.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities have easy access to almost all areas of the Museum.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 

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