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Archaeological Museum of Mykonos

Pres du quai central, Mykonos Town, Greece
+30 2289 022325
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Pres du quai central, Mykonos Town, Greece
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Reviewed 29 November 2017

The couple that were working there seemed to love their job. They were happy to answer questions and point things out. There were some beautiful artifacts.

Thank kimrph
Reviewed 21 September 2017

The museum hosts an interesting exhibition called ‘Vanity: Stories of Jewellery in the Cyclades’. The exhibition is being held until the end of November 2017.

Thank Tolomilla
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

Dropped in here for about an hour and was astounded by the history of jewellery displays. Extends from 4000 BC to medieval times and is arranged chronologically. Really outstanding with many unique items from Mykonos, Delos and adjacent islands. Also has fantastic pottery and sculptures....More

Thank Dave_of_Perth
Reviewed 31 August 2017 via mobile

There was a temporary exhibition in place on jewellery through the ages, it was amazing to see the complicated, delicate jewellery thousands of years old. The permanent exhibits include a large jar showing scenes from the Trojan war. I particularly liked an owl vessel.

Thank AGT123
Reviewed 5 August 2017

My co-director of the study abroad group took me here after lunch on Mykonos. It was a small, but delightful museum which had a marvellous exhibit of jewelry from the Neolithic Period onwards. I was quite regretful that we didn't have more time to look...More

Thank Stephen C
Reviewed 6 July 2017

The selection of items was fascinating and many had connections with the archeological site of Delos which we visited the following day. There was an amazing jewellery exhibition displayed in chronological order from neolithic times until the present. It was wonderful to see the ingenuity...More

Thank ProfFelix
Reviewed 13 June 2017

It was a beautiful day to get some great photos of this very interesting building, and as our Guide noted, one of the more notable on the Island!

Thank DaveEB310
Reviewed 20 May 2017

The curator here was very helpful indeed. We had a wonderful time here, the exhibits are beautifully presented and all was in Greek and English. Very pleased with this visit.

Thank scgrantham
Reviewed 16 May 2017

An excellent temporary exhibition of jewellery from the Neolithic, thru the bronze and iron ages, with some very pretty Hellenistic era pieces.

Thank Elizabeth C
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Haven't been inside as we came across this attraction and many others by just wandering around the main part of the island. It isn't well named. Can't say much about it.

Thank Asha P
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Response from Sonia D | Reviewed this property |
First, hire a motor bike or quad bike to get around the island. Second, visit Perissa beach its amazing. Third, if you love pasta you have to have dinner at Barkia Pasta Restaurant. It serves authentic home made amazingly... More