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Enjoy Corfu Town with local taste of Olive Oil and Koum Kuat. Walking Tour around the historical part, where you will find a lot of informations about local life and history.
$12.17 per adult
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esca95lett wrote a review Sep 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom6 contributions
A full day out at Town we took the chance on this and where not disappointed. With an interest of Asian art we thoroughly enjoyed this peaceful museum and its wonderful collection in such a stunning palace . The view from the back too its great. Well worth the visit
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Date of experience: September 2020
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slinky09 wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom70 contributions147 helpful votes
This is a great way to spend an hour or so in a wonderful building with great architecture and a surprisingly good collection of Asian (Chinese, Japanese and Indian primarily) art. More surprising are the ground floor rooms, the exhibit about the Order of St Michael and St George, and the English regency furniture . We had the whole building almost to ourselves it seemed on visiting. The views from the windows over the sea were lovely too.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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purpleboots wrote a review Sep 2020
wales121 contributions55 helpful votes
You can’t miss the building there on the square overlooking the cricket ground and the garden is wonderful (& very popular with the local teens) but do go in. Extensive collections of Chinese Japanese and Indian artefacts are displayed to give a clear idea of the historic context - all explained in English / Greek. There’s also another surprise- a collection of Uzbek/ steppes clothing / weaves collected since the 60/ and donated by keen travelers. Well worth the money just to wander around the place but you also get the joy of the building itself Quiet when I was there but I’m guessing busy in more normal times
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Alex Dobre wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom47 contributions1 helpful vote
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The museum it is a small place but filled with history. The tour takes approximately 1h if you read everything. For someone who loves art it is a nice place to visit. We've enjoyed it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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BVRUK wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom57 contributions45 helpful votes
Interesting museum in a beautiful location. Plenty to see for only €6 and housed in a gorgeous building. Very well explained information provided in both Greek and English. A nice way to spend an hour or so if you’re looking for a break from the beach/shopping! My only complaint would be the overzealous mask policing. I was the only visitor in the whole museum and had my mask over my mouth but not my nose, as did some of the workers. Not a problem in my opinion, given how spread out everyone was. However, one male worker insisted that I put the mask over my nose despite the high temperature and lack of aircon. I felt this was unnecessary, given that I was the only person in a large room until he came in to tell me that, thereby increasing his own chances of contracting the dreaded virus. Rather ironic. Good museum though.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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