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Ermoupolis Industrial Museum

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must be!!!

You have to begin your tour on Syros from the Industrial Museum to understand where you are. You... read more

Reviewed May 16, 2017
Konstantinos L
Hermoupolis, Greece
1st electric car

You can see there alot of interesting things as: Enfield Automotive 8000 Electric City Car... read more

Reviewed November 15, 2016
Vicky K
Syros, Greece
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11 Georgiou Papandreou | Hermoupolis, 841 00, Greece
+30 2281 081243
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Reviewed April 1, 2018 via mobile

We found this place highly rated in several sites so made a visit. It is very well organised and well laid out but there really isn’t that much to see. The exhibits are typically items of machinery from the past activities of the city. There...More

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Reviewed November 12, 2017 via mobile

The museum seems to be partly closed (the upper floor was not open) and it seems more to depict the idea of collecting items that represent certain eras of the industrial heritage of Siros than a concept on how to tell visitors a story about...More

Thank Richard S
Reviewed May 16, 2017

You have to begin your tour on Syros from the Industrial Museum to understand where you are. You will have the opportunity to see a lot of photographs and machinery remnants from the period Hermoupolis was the first port and the center of commerce in...More

1  Thank Konstantinos L
Reviewed November 15, 2016

You can see there alot of interesting things as: Enfield Automotive 8000 Electric City Car ( known as the E8000ECC ) was created in the island Syros in the 70s. The original buildings of theatre Apollon and the municipality of syros. So interesting to see...More

1  Thank Vicky K
Reviewed November 3, 2016

We went there with the school and learn a lot about Syros history and industry. Its not a big museum but it's worth the time spent there. Don't forget to ask mr Achilles for more details about the exhibitions because there are parts of the...More

Thank Konstantinos D
Reviewed August 19, 2016

Syros was for centuries the industrial center of Greece related to textile industry and ship building. This small museum traces the industrial and technical history of the islands buck to the past revealing the very advanced technology adapted and the very close connection with the...More

Thank pallisgeorge
Reviewed August 17, 2016 via mobile

A very interesting museum which gives a very good picture of the flourishing industry and businesses on Syros in the previous centuries. Among the very interesting items shown is an electric car produced there in the 60ties!! Amazing. Both the lady and the gentleman in...More

1  Thank Athena S
Reviewed June 9, 2016

This (free) museum, appropriately housed in a refurbished industrial building near the shipyard, gives an interesting insight into the town’s history – from its origins and growth through the nineteenth century to its mid-twentieth-century decline and its current resurgence. That process is illustrated with architects’...More

Thank Listergate
Reviewed May 10, 2016

Lovely little museum featuring the industrial history of Syros. The main highlight is a cute 1970s electric car designed by Enfield in London but manufactured in Syros I had no idea electric cars were being trialled nearly 50 years ago. Other favourites include photographs, printing...More

1  Thank 1958Duncan
Reviewed December 15, 2015

A good look at the industrial history of Ermoupolis mainly. Picures, old machines, replicas....it only takes about 35-40 minutes to see everything. Just a short walk from the center of town.

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Opening hours SUMMERTIME (June 1 – September 30) Monday and Wednesday: from 10.00 a.m. to 14.00 p.m. – closed in afternoon Tuesday: Closed Thursday, Friday,Saturday and Sunday: 10.00 a.m. to 14.00 p.m. and 18.00 p.m. to... More