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Pythagorion Archaeological Museum

Samos Road, 831 00, Greece
+30 2273 062811
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Pythagorio's very own museum

There's a lot going on in Pythagorio! The harbour is lovely, lots of nice places to eat, drink and... read more

Reviewed September 6, 2013
Philip W
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London, United Kingdom
Lots to see

Lots of statues, pots, vases, grave goods. Large area outside of the building is currently under... read more

Reviewed August 17, 2013
chris b
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Rainham
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Samos Road, 831 00, Greece
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Reviewed September 6, 2013

There's a lot going on in Pythagorio! The harbour is lovely, lots of nice places to eat, drink and shop! You are surrounded by some pretty awesome history, which is easy to miss! The museum provides some detail of the area and provides many items...More

1  Thank Philip W
Reviewed August 17, 2013

Lots of statues, pots, vases, grave goods. Large area outside of the building is currently under excavation. Whilst you cannot walk around it, you can see it from various points.

1  Thank chris b
Reviewed July 29, 2013

Pythagorion is now a little tourist village with some fishermen. 2500 years ago it was a bustling city of 50 000. Visit this museum to see how people lived in Samos back then and admire artifacts from their homes and temples.Very interesting.

1  Thank susanneanette
Reviewed July 12, 2013

This seems to me to be one of the crown jewels of Samos' archeological heritage tourism. A modern, well-designed museum, telling a clear story of the development of ancient Samos through to the Byzantine period, complete with live excavation of an artisan quarter on the...More

1  Thank prosperoproject
Reviewed July 3, 2013

This museum is well worth a visit. Excellent displays and well documented. The skill in reconstructing the exhibits from just a few pieces is amazing. Although quite small we still spent a couple of hours viewing.

Thank Michael D
Reviewed May 24, 2013

Spent an hour in this museum, if you like ancient ruins or Greek heritage then I advise you pay a visit. Lots of interesting little bits to see, plus it's free entry.

Thank nextbigtrip
Reviewed April 8, 2013

A lovely collection of historical artefacts, grouped largely by purpose/form, and accompanied by clear descriptions. Clearly displayed in a large, new, purpose-built building.

Thank rachelcotterill
Reviewed October 25, 2012

This was well worth a visit and they will eventually have a recreation of the ancient town which will make it even better. The cabinets were well labelled and full of interesting relics.

Thank Dougsuz
Reviewed September 29, 2012

They've clearly had a very good English-speaking archaeologist doing the labels and captions, (but some were black on purple which is not easy to read!) The place is well thought out, excellent value at 3 euros (compared with the 4 that they wanted to see...More

1  Thank broughhouse
Reviewed September 12, 2012

No air con so it gets very hot! The artifacts are ok but not that great if you've been to other museums.

Thank Lexie S
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