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You might miss this if visiting Nafplio- especially as it closes at 15:00- but don't it has the only full Bronze Cuirass ever found which is phenomenal. If you do go make sure you watch the videos in what looks like the children's area as...More
If you want to get out of the sun for a few hours and enjoy history then this is the place for you. A wonderfully organized and descriptive museum. Get the free audio guide. It will be programmed to your language. I wish I would...More
Enormous number of artifacts dating back seven thousand years, with comprehensive explanations on the main and upper floor. Free audio guide provides additional information in a clear, easy to follow manner. A great way to spend a few hours while in wonderful Nafplio.
Perfectly good little museum with an interesting collection of Greek pottery and other artefacts. Useful on a wet afternoon but would recommend the audio guide which provides explanations, background and context to the items.
This is a real jewel- not too big so you feel you need to spend hours, but you easily could since the collection is pretty incredible. Several extremely rare treasures, all beautifully displayed with excellent information provided in English as well as Greek.
Very nice updated museum of finds from Mycenaean site nearby of Tiron; some prehistoric artifacts. Best known for ceremonial masks and oldest coat of armor from Europe. English descriptions. Definitely plan a visit if in Nafplion.
This museum is in a 300 years old building from the Venice conquest in Greece at the 1st and 2nd floor. There are 2 storeys - floors steps, around 30 with a bit high height - these were for soldiers. But there is a mecanical... More
This museum is in a 300 years old building from the Venice conquest in Greece at the 1st and 2nd floor. There are 2 storeys - floors steps, around 30 with a bit high height - these were for soldiers. But there is a mecanical system of a folding chair moving at the outside edge of the steps for people who cannot walk up those steps. Inside the museum there are benches to rest.