Archaeological Museum Of Rhodes
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About Archaeological Museum Of Rhodes, Rhodes
Tucked away in the medieval city of Rhodes, this popular museum couldn’t have a better backdrop. Walking through the lovely medieval structures gives a wonderful perspective on a visit to this museum. It also happens to be housed in what used to be “The Hospital of Knight”. As a result, the building itself is a sight worth noting.
The inside of course, holds so many treasures it is sure to leave you enthralled for hours together. Ancient Greece, Middle Eastern Lands and the medieval times all come together creating an amazing mélange of history and cultures. Needless to say, you will learn a lot about this island and Greece in general through the numerous artifacts that have been displayed here. It is sure to be an astonishing place to visit.
Archaeological Museum Of Rhodes Tickets Prices
- Adults - 6 euro, 4 euro (for persons above 65 years old citizens of the European Union), free entrance for children under 18 years old and students.
How To Get To Archaeological Museum Of Rhodes by Public Transport
- A decent Public Transport system exists on the island but the stations are not easily available online. You can buy a transport map on arrival.
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- Romios Restaurant
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Address: Street of the Knights, Medieval City, Rhodes 85100, Greece
Phone: 30- 2241365256
Ticket Price: 6 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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Leave your cruise ship behind at the Port of Rhodes and travel with a private guide to the islandâs Valley of Butterflies on a 4-hour shore excursion. Stroll around the butterfly farmâs leafy walkways and streams and learn all about Rhodesâ colorful and fluttering insects. Hear of the tiger moths that thrive in the Valley of Butterflies and, if time permits, pay a visit to the on-site Museum of Natural History. Entrance fees and food are at your own expense.
Be tempted over the sea on this full-day trip to Marmaris from Rhodes. Relax on deck as your ferry boat cruises across the Aegean Sea toward Turkey. Then, with a local guide leading the way, enjoy a scenic tour of Marmaris’ waterfront before delving into the port town’s vibrant bazaar. Savor fragrant morsels of Turkish delight at a local factory, visit a leather store — a trade for which Turkey is famed — and discover how carpets are woven. Finish your trip with plenty of free time for shopping and lunch.
Experience a unique adventure combining taste, knowledge, fun and sightseeing, fully customized to your preferences. Our knowledgeable drivers and guides have designed that tour, which can be tailored to your needs and liking. That tour is a unique experience for nature enthusiasts and beginners alike, allowing you to be carried away on a rare journey of senses
Spend a perfectly peaceful evening on the streets of Rhodes, which shines quietly to the quiet sea. Uncover the secrets of this ancient city by touring places that are difficult to discover on your own while enjoying a Greek traditional plate.
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Great collection of rich finds from a long time ago. Beautifully laid out in a very historical setting, the hospital of the knights of St John. Additionally there is a courtyard and a garden, also outfitted with lots of objects. You can easily spend some hours here.
This museum is great! It covers the fascinating history and culture of Rhodes beginning in Paleolithic times onward through the centuries. The exhibits are housed inside castle rooms as well as outside in the lush and beautiful gardens. Along with the expected statuary, ceramics, and architecture, you will find panoramic exhibits, enormous mosaics, restored buildings and rooms, graves stones, and more. The Marine Venus mentioned in Lawrence Durrell's book, "Reflections on a Marine Venus" is housed here. She is truly lovely, the softest looking piece of marble I have ever seen.
Probably the nicest museum in the entire island. The entrance is not too pricy - €6 for adults and free tickets for students. Inside there's a haul of things to see, most of which are well kept but unfortunately a lot of the side rooms are inaccessible.
Awe inspiring history and art in a lovely setting. The frescoes were truly an exciting sight to see. The whole garden area next to them was a welcome visual break from other museums.
The Museum itself is good, with lots of info on Rhodes and its life through the ages. Lots of Little objects, pottery,, etc. Fairly standard if you have been to other museums in Greece. However, the premises are lovely. Nice garden, etc. The building and its grounds make this museum truly unique.
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- Castle Of Monolithos
- Village Of Lindos
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- Elpida Beach Studios
- Lindos Beach
- Knights Quarter
- The Hora And Jewish Quarter
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