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Bouboulina’s Museum is family-owned and since opening in 1991 has been visited by over 500,000 people, who have been moved by the fascinating story of this heroine of the Greek War of Independence. We offer tours to independent travelers and we can...more
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Interesting and worthwhile visit. Very good guide who made the tour interesting and educational but in a fun way. We learnt so much of Bouboulina and what she went through during the 1800’s, plus the importance of Spetses during that time - none of which...More
The museum is very good, many things to learn about the history of bouboulina and general for spetses and Greece that time of the history. The tour guide was excellent with a full knowledge of that period.
This tour is a definite must for anyone visiting Spetses for the first time! The tour is around the house of Bouboulina and provides very personal insights into her life and legacy. Our entire family (with children aged 9 and 11) loved it!
This is great for people familiar with the Greek War of Independence and its heroines. Bouboulina is a very famous Greek woman. The visit is also interesting for non Greeks as you can see how rich people lived on the island two centuries ago. The...More
The place is full of history. This woman gave all her fortune to fight for her people's freedom. The trust that runs the museum does a great job in keeping her story alive. I visited it quite many years ago when visited the island, and...More
We visited Bouboulina’s museum and had the English tour. The gentleman that gave us the brief history of the museum at the start of the tour, and it’s importance, gave it in Greek, but we were provided with an English, written version of exactly what...More
The place is amazing and is totally worth a visit. The history of the place is well explained by two museum guides driving your mind almost 200 years back of the Greek War of Independence. Takes about 30-45 minutes and museum is family friendly.