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The Alonnisos Museum

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Graeme B wrote a review Sep 2020
Lingfield, United Kingdom185 contributions54 helpful votes
Finally, on our 5th visit, we made it to the museum. Excellent well-presented displays over 3 floors in air conditioned comfort. Particularly liked the examples of piratical armaments from the area.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Tracey F wrote a review Sep 2020
357 contributions88 helpful votes
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The museum is found by walking through the shops and cafes at the port of Alonissos - up the stone steps and it takes you to the entrance of the museum. It cost us 4€ each and was well worth it. The museum was open from 11am to 6pm and has 3 floors of things to see that cover the history of Alonissos including the pirates of the Aegean exhibition and the National memory room. The exhibits downstairs covers the traditional crafts and occupations that are in danger of disappearing. This museum is well worth a visit and is a hidden gem - so much is contained in the exhibition cases for you to see.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Judith L wrote a review Sep 2019
7 contributions1 helpful vote
This small museum is packed to the gills with fascinating objects-- guns and weapons from the sixteenth century through WWII including crazy pirate deterrent devices. And on the lower level, a well planned exhibit depicting historic everyday life and trade on the island, from the "housewife" to the saddle maker to the ferrier. There was so much packed into the space that we asked if we could return for another visit the following day on our ticket, and the museum staff obliged.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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FoodSpyExeter wrote a review Sep 2019
Exeter46 contributions20 helpful votes
A really nice informal and informative museum on the small and beautiful island of Alonissos. A spectacular location for a museum looking down across the port of Patitiri ...
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Sandra A wrote a review Aug 2019
Louisville, Kentucky, United States5 contributions1 helpful vote
Very Nice for a small Island. Everything was displayed very well. Descriptions were very Informative.Size was Impressive. Employee very helpful and friendly. Well worth the walk from the Port.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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