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Natural History Museum of Meteora and Mushroom Museum is located in the city of Kalambaka, very close to Meteora. Essentially, there are two museums housed in a building of 1100 m2 that host two permanent collections: The first one is about animals...more
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They advertise numerous varieties of mushrooms, which is what drew us to this place. There is a room upstairs with a fairly large display of mushrooms in a somewhat natural setting. Pictures, names, and edibility of each kind is listed on a plaque. Though interesting,...More
It is an interesting exhibition of animals from around the globe, which is one of its kind in Greece. I also liked the mushroom museum as they did a really good job and really loved the forest. But for its size and number of exhibits,...More
We visit the Natural History Museum of Meteora & Mushroom Museum that was suggested by a friend , it was a unique experience with such a big collection of mash rooms, given in a way that was like a movie set ! i would absolute...More
The displays are beautifully presented with painted backdrops and moulded features effectively creating a realistic environment to display the animals and mushrooms. The displays are informative and in English and Greek. I saw lots of animals I've never seen before and was surprised by how...More
Initially visited this museum when staying in Kalabaka to visit the monasteries. It was a fun way to spend an hour and we learnt a lot about different types of mushrooms which was fascinating.
We also booked onto a truffle hunting experience that the museum...More
Downstairs houses a nature museum stuffed full of amazing creatures, upstairs showcases a huge amount of mushrooms and fun(gi) facts. Artwork is stunning and the free mushroom tasting was eye opening. We take our caps off to the friendly staff!