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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
€12 entry to the whole site (this is just one part of it). If you have time, visit this small modest museum first to get a sense of what life here was like and for information on the various buildings. Some great artefact. The museum...More
It’s a modest museum compared to the one in Athens. Our guide, Theo, however made it an enjoyable experience. The exhibits give an idea about how the area must have looked like in its heyday. The ruins outside are also interesting.
This was visited as part of a tour with a guide. Artifacts that had been buried were found and displayed. This was a continuation of those together with Epidarus.Must wear good walking shoes as walkways can be slippery. Very interesting of a era gone by.
The museum was a nice surprise bonus at Epidaurus. The museum is pretty small, but has a decent amount of beautiful marble statues on display. They also have many stone tablets with ancient writing on it. It is a must see for anyone already visiting...More
We three middle aged Brits visited the Epidavros complex on a Saturday afternoon in the heat of a mid May day expecting it to be packed. The €12 adult entrance fee included the theatre and sanctuary too as it is the same enormous site. This...More