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When we walked in the staff stared at us as though they weren't expecting any visitors. As soon as we started walking around the museum, which is just one room, a grumpy looking member of staff being following us and glaring at us as though...More
This is the new museum (though plenty maps still show the old location up by the fortezza). The exhibition represents a chronological history of Rethymnon with some interesting artefacts on display; well labelled in Greek and English and nicelhy displayed. My main interestis in the...More
Called in today for a look round. Had only just got in there and pointed at some artifacts through glass cabinet only to be told "Don't touch!". How could I touch through glass? Spent rest of visit with arms folded. Otherwise was interesting but not...More
This place offers interesting temporary exhibitions though the museum itself is quite small. The one I visited comprised a lot of curious artifacts and informative posts regarding historic periods. Besides it is the best hiding place on boiling hot sunny days.
The museum is a small collection, but gives great detail and context to each piece. The exhibits do a fantastic job of articulating the history of Crete over the centuries. We visited this just after visiting Armeni Minoan Cemetery, so it was great to see...More
This small museum was very nice and had a staff of four. We did not get a very warm welcome and it went downhill from there. We were continuously followed everywhere we went and we certainly felt very unwelcome. We have visited museums all over...More