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It contains several archeological findings not only from ancient city of Kavala, Neapolis, but also from other regions. Really significant are the golden jewellery from cemeteries of Amphipolis 300 b.C.
Well, one can understand that on the National Day (25 March) an attraction can be closed. Internet and the sign at the entrance ensured us this was not the case, though. It was therefore a big surprise to find it closed all the same. Museum...More
This is a rather small museum, which I liked as it doesn't contain an overwhelming amount of objects. One hour is more than enough of time if you aren't exceptional interested. Unfortunately it has an old-fashioned approach to its visitors. Long texts at the walls...More
There are plenty artifact from the history of the region. All items have been labeled in different languages. Additionally there are many explanations about the social and political history of the region. I have loved "golden oil leaves crown"
After a day of viewing the aqueduct and the Ottoman Era castle nearby, I found the Archaeological Museum to be a magnificent capstone on my tour of Kavala! With plentiful artifacts from Kavala itself and the surrounding region. I found this place to be really...More
The archaeological museum is centrally located, in the city centre, within easy reach from all parts of Kavala, reachable on foot. A very good, educational visit, with unexpected surprises in knowledge for the first timers or visitors of Kavala.
Museum contains artefacts from prehistoric,Hellenistic,Roman,Byzantine and modern period... very close to the port,parking available.Entrance ticket 2euro, free for children.Explanations available in English and Greek. interesting museum worth to visit +++