Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos

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  • Address: Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, Mikonos 846 00, Greece
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +30-2289022325
  • Ticket Price: 4 EUR
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Sculpture

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.

  • 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.

  • Mykonos Port
  • Walk, drive or take a taxi.
  • Take a bus to Mykonos Town.

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  • Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos Address: Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, Mikonos 846 00, Greece
  • Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos Contact Number: +30-2289022325
  • Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos Timing: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos Price: 4 EUR
  • Time required to visit Archaeological Museum Of Mykonos: 01:30 Hrs
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  • Nice small museum with permanent display of Denos ceramic and other finds and temporary exhibits. Jewelry exhibit during our visit had ancient finds juxtaposed with contemporary designers. An interesting thing was to see in Neolithic case a gold bead and bronze pendant: while Neolithic age is by definition “new stone” it seems metal was beginning to be found...

  • A stunning island on the Med. Great views and relaxed island vibe

  • If you are in Mykonos, you are doing a disservice to yourself if you do not see this museum. An eclectic assortment of artifacts from pottery to jewelry to marble and contemporary pieces. The center piece is a large clay "cauldron" depicting the Trojan war and in particular the story of the Trojan horse. The etchings are truly horrifying, with scene of the Trojans slaughtering women and children en masse indiscriminately and callously . The looks on their faces are truly disturbing and haunting. Even though this is barbaric our society now uses carpet bombs, chemical warfare and rocket propelled grenades to kill more people faster and from a distance. I wonder what is worse? A must see!!

  • Absolutely first rate exhibition of jewelry back to ancient times and up to modern times. From the outside, the building looks plain and simple. On the inside, however, it is stunningly gorgeous.

  • Beautiful collection. Vase with Troy, Aphrodite on a goat and Naxian Madonna. Well worth a visit.

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