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Another fascinating wee jewel in the magnificent Sporodean crown

Firstly, the facade is fascinating - a towering four storey, light stone structure seemingly set... read more

Reviewed August 3, 2016
Charles L
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Chesham, United Kingdom
Facinating museum of artefacts

We spent a good couple of hours here. It appealed to us as the contents included detailed... read more

Reviewed June 8, 2018
Holden99
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Hampton Court, Surrey
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Patitiri, Greece
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Reviewed June 8, 2018

We spent a good couple of hours here. It appealed to us as the contents included detailed descriptions in English as well as Greek. Many glass cases full of tools, weapons, historical information that would appeal to the older generations who will remember seeing their...More

Thank Holden99
Reviewed June 2, 2018

This is a small independent local museum so we were not sure what to expect, and we were pleasantly surprised. At 4 Euros it is well worth the admission charge for the fascinating insight it gives into the culture and history of the island. Inevitably...More

Thank Richard B
Reviewed April 28, 2018

The Alonisoss Museum is easy to find in Patitiri and is well signed...it is high above the main port beach. There is a vast array of islands history on display, very well documented and well laid out.

Thank MTS49
Reviewed October 8, 2017

A comprehensive collection of local artefacts from the Island displayed over 3 floors. Lovely to see photos of the local characters too.

Thank Rosemary W
Reviewed September 18, 2017

You should visit the Alonnisos Museum! You can learn many things about the history and the culture of the island!

Thank Theodosis K
Reviewed July 3, 2017 via mobile

Nice old relics showing all things from loot of the pirates that were once there and old machinery that was used on this island. Also had war mementos which was great to see as it's was quite informative I enjoyed it! Only 4 euros entry

Thank Athena S
Reviewed May 23, 2017

We visited this museum recently, there's a 3 Euro entrance fee each which isn't an issue, it's interesting enough for adults wanting to know more of the local history but the little one's might get a bit bored.

Thank sharonandmark
Reviewed September 9, 2016

The Alonnisos Museum is a private museum and by visiting it I felt grateful because there are people that try to preserve historic objects and try to unfold history for visitors! The collection is pretty big and it is separated in different floors and rooms...More

Thank Knownasrg
Reviewed August 19, 2016

We visited this small but beautiful building on our last day in Alonissos. Visiting museums is not the usual thing to do on an Aegean island. However, we were pleasantly surprised by this place and wish we had more time available to see everything in...More

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Reviewed August 3, 2016

Firstly, the facade is fascinating - a towering four storey, light stone structure seemingly set into the cliffside at the southwestern corner of Patitiri Bay. The cool interior with its white walls and clean lines provides an environment conducive to view artifacts and imagery, all...More

Thank Charles L
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