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Interesting visit to historic location

The museum is just off the main roadway through the region. If you are a history buff and have... read more

Reviewed October 13, 2017
Brookspal
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Chandler, Arizona
via mobile
A good orientation

Visiting the museum is an good orientation to the historic events at Thermopylae and provides a... read more

Reviewed September 12, 2017
George K
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Raleigh, North Carolina
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Reviewed April 26, 2018 via mobile

Not very impressed, even if for the first time no one was trying to sell us anything. Cafeteria employees were astonished to have customers.

Thank HarriHirvela
Reviewed March 25, 2018 via mobile

I Enjoyed this visit very much. The 3D film they show you is helpful and also palatable for the whole family to get the gist of the battle and strategy involved. Visiting the site itself is also very interesting, in spite of the fact that...More

Thank Michael O
Reviewed December 16, 2017

This is very out of the way and I would never make the trip just for this place. Fortunately it was on the way to Meteora and a convenient stopping point to stretch. This isn't much of a museum since there are no artifacts that...More

Thank chimpulese
Reviewed October 13, 2017 via mobile

The museum is just off the main roadway through the region. If you are a history buff and have interest in the 300 Spartans legend, then you must stop in. To be at the site of the fabled battlefield was somewhat heart pulling to know...More

Thank Brookspal
Reviewed September 12, 2017

Visiting the museum is an good orientation to the historic events at Thermopylae and provides a physical context to the battle that the current topography cannot. The presentation is fairly basic, but nicely done. That said, Thermopylae and the museum are not places to go...More

Thank George K
Reviewed July 23, 2017 via mobile

This museum is all about the real story behind the film 300. It is air conditioned and has a short video. The location is in the middle of nowhere so don't come here especially, but we stopped here as it is half way to meteora...More

Thank jpsinclair
Reviewed July 16, 2017

The museum was very small (because it was established the Municipality of Lamia and not the Greek government) but it is more of a work in progress. You see a short digital 3D video and then you get to see a little more detail of...More

Thank Nez D
Reviewed July 11, 2017

There is a 3D video which tells you about the war and the importance of the site, which lasts about 10 minutes. This is followed by a room with interactive tables, unfortunately due to the angle of the tables they are very difficult to read....More

Thank Nikki P
Reviewed June 12, 2017 via mobile

If you need just a brief history on the war, good to view a 10 min 3D video clip. Watched it in English and explanation was very clear. You can proceed to the interactive tables on the other room to check out more information. However...More

Thank AidanEmily
Reviewed May 31, 2017 via mobile

Must see this great historical museum. We visited it July 2014 as a part of Albanian and Greek tour ( Sarajevo, Podgorica, Tirana, Saranda, Patras, Olympia, Sparta, Mycenae, Athens, Thermopylae and Thessaloniki). Two weeks by car came back to Sarajevo through Macedonia and Serbia.

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