Chania Archaeological Museum, Chania

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Chania Archaeological Museum, Chania - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 30 Halidon, Chania, Greece

Phone: +30-2821090334

Ticket Price: 2 EUR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 03:00 pm Details

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This Venetian Church of St. Francis, which was reportedly once the largest church in Chania, was once also taken over by the Turkish and converted into a mosque. The Archaeological Museum was established here in 1963. Its exhibits, arranged in chronological order, mostly cover:

  • Pottery, carved stone objects, sealstones, sculpture, metalwork, gold jewellery and coins
  • Roman mosaics
  • Neolithic clay items
  • Minoan objects
  • Collection of Konstantinos and Marika Mitsotakis

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  • Small but perfectly formed. This museum has just enough exhibits so that you are not overwhelmed. My favourite objects were the teacups which are nearly identical to modern day styles and unbelievably fragile.

  • Very interesting museum. It worths visiting it. The building is very nice too

  • Just Great. Please dont allow students. Greek students, that is. Just send the to Louvre.

  • A really incredible museum in the heart of the city. Very well preserved pieces and informative plaques describing each piece in several languages. The architecture of the building itself is especially impressive, and the rose garden is not to be missed! Fair warning, there is no AC!

  • This is an interesting place set off well in an interesting building... well worth a visit.

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