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We visited the museum hoping to see ancient artifact of Sparta. The museum consists of two large rooms filled with history. Unfortunately, there is not enough space to house more artifacts that are kept in storage. Hopefully the museum will get some grants to secure...More
The museum is small but for a family of 5, it only cost us 4 euros so worth it for a quick morning activity. They had some mosaics and several masks that were worn for various rituals. Had some marble statues also that were interesting...More
I was pleasantly surprised at this museum. It is pretty small, but they have some very interesting pieces including mosaic tile work, masks, sculptures, tablets with ancient writing, jewelry and tools. The building itself was neat as well. The lady at the door was very...More
Although small, it's full of artefacts. It cost 2 Euro to get in and worth a visit! Freindly and helpful staff, although you language was a bit of a barrier, well worth a visit. It was easy to find as it was well signposted.
Beautiful setting in a classic Greek revival building, this small museum has a limited collection, but is well worth a visit as it offers some interesting background on the Spartan culture. An, of course, it houses the famous bust of Leonidas, which alone is worth...More
I think the museum has a statue, but I am not sure if so, or where it is. There is a life-size statue of Lycurgus on Odos Lycurgus [the road leading to Mistra] in front of the cathedral, & facing the Lida/Dioskouri hotels... More
I think the museum has a statue, but I am not sure if so, or where it is. There is a life-size statue of Lycurgus on Odos Lycurgus [the road leading to Mistra] in front of the cathedral, & facing the Lida/Dioskouri hotels. My hotel window was looking at it in October.