Delphi Archaeological Museum, Delphi

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

Address: Delphi Archaeological Museum,Delphi, Greece

Phone: +30-2265082312

Ticket Price: 6 EUR

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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One of Greece’s most important museums, it houses and cares for the finds made in the pan-Hellenic sanctuary of Delphi. Its fourteen rooms on two floors display mainly elements of sculpture, architecture, decorations, precious offerings, friezes, facades, metopes, bronze works, and other miscellaneous artefacts.

The first museum was founded in 1903 to celebrate the end of the initial round of excavations. The museum you see today was opened at the beginning of the millennium, at the hundredth year of its founding.

Delphi Archaeological Museum Ticket Prices

  • EUR 3 for reduced categories.
  • Free admission on 6 March, 5 June,18 April, 18 May , The last weekend of September, every first Sunday from November 1st to March 31st 27 September, 28 October.
  • Free for carers of blind/disabled; under 18s.

Delphi Archaeological Museum Opening and Closing Hours

  • April – October (summer) : Last admission – 7:40pm

How To reach Delphi Archaeological Museum by Public Transport

  • You can walk to here.
  • Take a taxi.

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  • Great. A world class must see.

  • Wonderful archeological site! Lots of steps and incline climbing but worth it. Very hot - bring water. Enjoy the spectacular views!

  • Great place, it has all the objects found in the excavation of the place, it's a must

  • Probably the most fascinating ancient city after Pompei. Totally worth the visit. A guide would very much suggested though.

  • Very good museum with very well preserved Greek ancient things with proper documentation

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