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This museum is located down a set of steps from the Epidaurus Theatre. Admission to this museum is included with the ticket to the Epidaurus Theatre. It’s a small museum filled with statues and columns. Signs are in both Greek and English.
The price for this museum is included in the price for the site. It only takes a couple of minutes to go through but it is worth it. There are some pediments, statues, etc. Some really pretty pieces that are worth checking out if you...More
The museum is small but well preserved. It contains statues and information from the site around so it gives you an idea of how this place looked like when it was used and at it's fullest bloom.
Plus I would recommend stopping at the museum...More
The museum is part of the campus where Epidavros Theatre is located. It is very small and the information about what you see is minimum. If you have time between monuments, it is a good place to spend few minutes inside. You will not miss...More
The museum is small in comparison to some in the classic greek sites , but worth visiting anyway. Much of what is on display are copies of the original statuary that was excavated from the site around the museum and theater. Originals are being displayed...More
This museum covers the significance of Epidarus as a health pilgrimage site and the origins of the theater. It also provides reconstructions of the temple and other structures on the remainder of the Epidarus archaeological site that many people miss. It helps you make sense...More
We visited the museum as part of our visit to the amphitheatre and found it interesting.
Beware if you go to look at the other archeological remains at the site, you cannot get out that way and need to retrace your steps to the entrance...More