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.
Entrance Ticket Details For Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos
- 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
- Mykonos Port
- Walk, drive or take a taxi.
- Take a bus to Mykonos Town.
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15.94% of people who visit Mykonos include Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
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1 Hr 30 Minutes
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