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Recommend this museum after Archeological Museum as it continues to offer history of Crete up to and including war years.
What a find. Thought we'd be here for 2 hours but ended up looking around for 3 hrs.
I arrived as part of a mixed group of Cretans and Northern Europeans. I had seen the website and was not too impressed by what I saw. In reality though it was informative and the stuffed animal displays were presented clearly and with a degree...More
The tickets were a bit expensive for the activities inside. If you have kids and need a break during the day, this might be a good option. The front desk staff almost looked irritated when we arrived and ignored us when we tried to buy...More
Museum was ok. Nothing amazing like. I thought there would be more but children were happy and that is enough.
The earthquake simulator was interesting.
Nice suprise was that there was living reptiles and tortoises to see. Staff was nice and helpful.
With little children...More
Visited this museum as a family with our young son aged 5.
On entrance staff were very helpful in explaining what to expect. Staff spoke very good English and were very attentive to our young son.
Museum was fun for the whole family but also...More
It took ages to find this place, what with the maniac drivers, but we got there in the end! An interesting and quiet 2 hours were passed, including the earthquake simulation. (Don't go on it if you have a bad back!) Live snakes and lizards...More
This was one of the best 'inside' places to visit in Heraklion - the collection is extensive, especially for a relatively small city like Heraklion and everything was really well explained. It was fascinating to see examples of the species indigenous to the island -...More