Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos, Mykonos
Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos, Mykonos - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, Mikonos 846 00, Greece
Ticket Price: 4 EUR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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About Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos, Mykonos
This small museum contains a repository of artefacts recovered from the excavations on the island of Delos. This includes a collection of vases, various sculptures and figurines, funerary pottery, and other miscellaneous jewellery and weapons. But the most famous exhibit is the Stone of Mykonos, which is an amphora with reliefs depicting scenes from the fall of Troy drawn onto it. The building in which the museum is housed is of some architectural interest also. It has neoclassical influences, especially the tile roofs.
Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos Ticket Prices
- EUR 2 for EU state citizens, 65+, college students.
- Free for under 18s.
- Free on March 6th, June 5th, April 18th, May 18th, September 27th and other national holidays.
How To reach Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos by Public Transport
- Mykonos Port
- Walk, drive or take a taxi.
- Take a bus to Mykonos Town.
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VANITY: Stories of jewellery in the Cyclades..This temporary exhibition about jewellery is a MUST SEE and worth the visit. All the exhibits will provide you a walk to the Mykonian and the Cycladic history!
This museum was a quaint little typical Greek museum- lots of artifacts and not much else. NO LONGER!!! An amazing exhibit "Vanity" tracking Cycladean jewelry from the 5000s B.C. (yes that was 5000 BC) to the 1800s AD. Excellent presentation with detailed descriptions and background info allows you to track the rise and fall of succeeding civilizations from the Neolithic, to the Cycladean, Minoan, Greek, Hellenistic/Roman, Byzantine, and finally Venetian times...don't miss it! The exhibit is moving to Santorini in 2018, hope it's followup is just as great.
Interesting place to visit for a quick excursion.
Nice cheap museum with well preserved old pieces. Worth visiting
If you have visited Delos then is also worth to visit this museum