Museum Of Prehistoric Thira, Santorini
Museum Of Prehistoric Thira, Santorini - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Fira Santorini 847 00 Greece
Ticket Price: 6 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 03:00 pm Details
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About Museum Of Prehistoric Thira, Santorini
The Museum of Prehistoric Thira is a definite visit while in Santorini. This popular museum is one of the many that beautifully illustrate the history of the ancient and mysterious land of Greece but this one is perhaps one of the most interesting and the best in the region.
A wide variety of artefacts from the excavation at sites like Akrotiri and the surrounding areas can be found here. The section on Wall paintings is simply fascinating while the marble figurines and the neolithic artefacts are astonishing to see.
This place is an ideal start to your tour of Santorini. Located in the area called Fira, this museum will be the perfect background to your sightseeing tour of Santorini.
Museum Of Prehistoric Thira Ticket Prices
- A special ticket package at 14 € allows you entrance to the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Prehistoric Thera, the Byzantine Museum in Pyrgos and the archaeological sites of Ancient Thera and Akrotiri.
How To reach Museum Of Prehistoric Thira by Public Transport
- Stathmos Leoforion (Bus)
Restaurants Near Museum Of Prehistoric Thira
- Sphinx Restaurant
- To Ouzeri
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Museum Of Prehistoric Thira, Santorini Reviews - Write a Review
Beautiful art - oldest we ever saw. Good information on the walls too. Well worth the visit.
You can see many exhibits from prehistoric period. A must if you like the ancient history.
Good background on the initial civilisation of the island and its creation, tours really kill the quiet though.
Always a good educational piece! If you've got 15mins you can walk to centre Fira and find this historic building with a load of findings from a dig site not so far from there. Alot of what you will see is mainly pottery and the tools used, with some wall art from as early as 1800b.c.
This museum is excellent with really important findings. I would recommend getting a combined ticket and visiting also the ruins of the ancient city in Akrotiri.