At least 90 minutes are needed to visit this museum, do not miss the gardens with the mosaics. Some update in the explanations of the exposed items would be needed, as these are very basic and do not allow the visitor to understand their context in Rhodes history. We were also very disappointed about the lack of facilities for people with small children who need to move in strollers or anyway people with disabilities. Although on the museum plan there seemed to be a special elevator, first they refused to use it because they told us that it was for special cases (?), then because they were understaffed and they had to spare one of their staff to help us, then that it was not allowed for strollers, then that it was broken and they were trying to fix it. Every museum should guarantee access and it is a shame that this is not the case, especially as the entrance they use has several steep steps.