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Tomato Industrial Museum, D.Nomikos

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Tomato Industrial Museum, D.Nomikos

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Richard J wrote a review Sep 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom1,285 contributions241 helpful votes
This is an extremely well spent hour or so visiting this delightful museum. This carefully preserved and presented tribute to the tomato processing industry sounds trite but a great deal of care and trouble has been taken to present this conserved industrial history in a fascinating and interesting manner. There is something for everyone; an insight into the lives of the workers whose livelihoods depended on this industry and a reminder of how hard it was to make a living on Santorini before the tourists arrived in this modern era. Everything is explained fully and well presented. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Sasha Warren wrote a review Dec 2019
Calgary, Canada1,027 contributions142 helpful votes
Definitely my favorite tour on the island. Its right on a beautiful beach too. The staff is so friendly and the tour guide is so informative. they even run some of the old machines for you and they let you taste the amazing tomato sauce! the gift shop was awesome too, lots of hand made things I didn't see anywhere else. Little advice to the museum - Sell small cans of tomato sauce so us tourists can take them home on the plane!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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alan c wrote a review Oct 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom16 contributions
Sorry, but not impressed, from the out side the building looks fantastic! like a sculpture, and i was curious enough to pay 10.00 euros each, mistake! My wife was in & out in 10 minute's! I watched a bit of vidio recording & we both left. within 20 minute's waste of time & money.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from petrosn2015, Ιδιοκτήτης at Tomato Industrial Museum, D.Nomikos
Responded Oct 6, 2019
.good morning the museum includes, if you want , a guided tour. This tour presents the history of the factory, and the production of anhydrous tomatoes. at the same time there are two videos with historical descriptions of the factory's history. if you wanted to ask additional information at your disposal. at the same time, there is a gift can from us. Hope that in your next trip would be able to visit us again.
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mike g wrote a review Sep 2019
Southampton, United Kingdom55 contributions18 helpful votes
We found this place fascinating. At the start there is a very good video screen which runs a film of interviews with older Santorini folk who worked at the tomato factory. An amazing insight into what life was like in the 40's and 50's, much more than just the factory although that is interesting. The staff were also very friendly and happy to chat about lots of things. We were lucky enough to meet one of the older folk who actually worked there years ago. There is also a gallery where they display art or photographic projects. Highly recommended
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Date of experience: September 2019
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JR13 wrote a review Sep 2019
ISRAEL BEAROTAYM HAPLEG 356 contributions11 helpful votes
around 100 handred year ago they was around 9 tomato factory in the island and now all closed it's good to learn who it is influence the area the people
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Date of experience: September 2019
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