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If you're in Peloponnese an easy dose of history is here. No crowds. Up close artifacts in small and easy ti navigate museum. Outside the ruins are beautiful. Feels like a mini acropolis. Can achieve the whole site including parking in an hour.
It won't take you long to look around this museum but it is very well presented and has some good items to view. Amongst these is the synagogue inscription and menorah candlestick carving in stone possibly from the same synagogue as Paul preached in 2000...More
It’s small but has great sculptures. It has two kouros that they were discovered but the authorities while they were trying to steal them and the story is fascinating. It’s a great closure after the walk on the site.
I would recommend to visit it after walking in the ruins so that you get better context of where the pieces were found. You’d also feel better thanks to the air conditioned. The story of the robbing of the museum was unknown to us, and...More
I would definately recommend visiting the museum when you visit the City site. It is full of artifacts, etc from the city and has some interesting items, including what appears to be an ancient medical section.
They compliment each other well.
We got the train...More
Yes, we took the tour with Athens included. Unfortunately we did not have a guided tour inside the museum as our driver only have licence to show us around the city and not inside the museum. But we had a guide map with all... More
Yes, we took the tour with Athens included. Unfortunately we did not have a guided tour inside the museum as our driver only have licence to show us around the city and not inside the museum. But we had a guide map with all the points we wanted to see inside.