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Archaeological Museum of Mykonos

229 Reviews
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Archaeological Museum of Mykonos

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Experience the best of Mykonos during this combination walking and driving trip. Along with a small group, enjoy the scenic drive to Mykonos hotspots like Kalafatis Beach and the charming village of Ano Mera. Then, take a walking tour to explore the white-washed buildings of Mykonos Town.
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Christina Fletcher wrote a review Sep 2020
Stonehouse, United Kingdom15 contributions7 helpful votes
we entered the museum where two men at reception immediately said "put a mask on", which we did. Please note one of these men didn't have his mask on "properly" as it wasn't covering his nose. I moved into the completely deserted exhibition rooms and pulled the mask down as I have breathing difficulties and assumed ancient Greek statues were safe from Covid-19 infection. The two men at reception surveyed me like hawks, getting progressively agitated lest a Naxian wine jar be infected through its glass case, and asked me eventually to pull up my mask (bearing in mind one of them was still not wearing his properly). I decided to exit the museum as I felt bullied and harassed, one of my nostrils doesn't work and I have difficulties breathing with a mask on, not that they were interested. won't go again as they obviously don't value their customers' comfort.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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mary c wrote a review Nov 2019
Sydney, Australia30 contributions17 helpful votes
The museum building looks attractive from outside. However the inside is very very small and not much to see. We spent less than 10 minutes there because there are minimal display items. Not sure whether it is still at a preparatory stage. It probably should be free to avoid any expectation. Better save your money for the archaeological museum of Rhodes if you have a chance to visit the island.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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greekrabbit wrote a review Oct 2019
Athens, Greece154 contributions48 helpful votes
Space is worth a visit any overwhelming touristy day, for here is the dawn of human hosiery. On your way to a red hot fashion moment it’s always a good idea to be reminded that history lasts. Once there were golden gems. Marble gazes. Overblown hair and beards. Strapy sandals. Thousands of years later. Nothing has really changed. Sobering thought? Grab a nice cool drink And watch the sunset on another era. It must be the same sun, the same sea breeze. The same pursuit of happiness.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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pigfoxeria wrote a review Oct 2019
25 contributions5 helpful votes
It was free unlike everything else in Mykonos. Cool art installation mixed with ancient statues and other artifacts.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Virginia B wrote a review Sep 2019
280 contributions59 helpful votes
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This museum is located just above the bus depot in Mykonos. There is a €4 admission charge to enter. At the time of our visit, there was another modern art exhibit where the pieces had been distributed throughout the museum alongside the ancient Greek pieces, a little strange....but a cool thing to do. Sadly the museum is very very small and you really don't need more than 30 minutes max to see everything. By far, the most stunning piece is the mortuary urn which has the story of the Trojan horse carved around it. It is beautiful!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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