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Entry is free! It is a covered excavation site showing the multiple levels uncovered and with plenty of information boards in Greek and English explaining each display area. It is only small but we left with a good grasp of everything that was on display...More
This is a tiny in - situ museum under the Mitropoleos Square. During excavations for remodeling the Church Square archeologist found the myceanean period Naxos city walls and small houses around 1.200 b.c. In the museum with free admission (from 09.00 till 15.00) you walk...More
Was intrigued to visit excavation of ancient town, so wasted hours trying to find entrance and visit this museum. Be sure to find out if it has (re)opened before adding this to your itinerary! Place looked absolutely deserted. A big disappointment.
waited for several hours for this museum to open (according to the hours posted on the door) to no avail. returned the next day again with no result.. looks interesting from the windows but who would know?
Had some time to kill waiting for the Ferry to Santorini and remembered the sign for this place right near the Port ! Walked up and was the only visitor and the poor girl at the door was a Uni student working during the break....More
This site is quite interesting and could be fascinating if the explanations, in Greek and in English, were better. There are photo of what has been discovered but they do not always relate to what one is viewing. Please, archaeologists, put yourselves in the layman's...More
This site is so small, and so in need of love, and yet the story it begins to tell floored me. If you have a chance to go in, do! (It's free, what have you got to lose?) and it is only a 10-20 minute...More