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Archaeological Museum of Corinth

Old Corinth, Corinth 20010, Greece
+30 2741 031207
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Small museum at Ancient Corinth

We were staying in Loutraki and didn't want to miss seeing the Corinth of the Bible. From our... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Cheri S
Trabuco Canyon, California
Small museum

Some good exhibits in this small museum including pottery and sculptures. Very interesting... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Old Corinth, Corinth 20010, Greece
+30 2741 031207
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were staying in Loutraki and didn't want to miss seeing the Corinth of the Bible. From our hotel the cab driver took us to the beginning of the ruins and waited for us at the end The whole thing, including the shops at the...More

Thank Cheri S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Some good exhibits in this small museum including pottery and sculptures. Very interesting sculptures nicely laid out, with an outside courtyard.

Thank traveller1926
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Entrance to the museum is included in entry price to Ancient Corinth site. It is not very big, but interesting just the same. No photos are allowed in some areas but in places like the central courtyard that has statues and sculptures, these were permissible....More

Thank Tony M
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Interesting.... a must... my son of 8 really enjoyed. A 2hr ride. A wonderful piece of history to know. Burial tombs...statues a lot from the smallest to the biggest

Thank Bernard L
Reviewed 15 August 2017

The museum houses the rich evacuation finds from all periods, including finds from the Prehistoric settlements, Roman statues, mosaic floors, murals and votives from the Asclepieion.

Thank MuhammadDudha
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

Really good museum, you pay to get into the whole site and this is included. It's a small but well stocked and signed museum. It says don't take pictures, so I didn't! Surprising how many tourists did, please respect the history and look with your...More

Thank Christie A
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Corinth might be the lesser of the seven churches of the Revelation in its dig but shows more proof positive of Paul's journey there. The museum is quite nice with many helpful showing many statues of the time of it's greatness.

Thank andymarkey
Reviewed 20 July 2017

If you can, listen in on a tour in your language as there is a wealth of treasures that could use more interpretation than was available on site. Many of these treasures had been stolen and ended up in the US and they were returned...More

1  Thank levinfried
Reviewed 16 July 2017

What can I say?! Every step taken was once taken by ancients thousands of years ago. Profound experience for us. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to get up close and personal with the ancient world. Inside you'll see incredible works of art in a variety...More

Thank ellenej1
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Well organised collection both Greek and Roman finds, I particularly liked the mosaics and there were some new additions on display when we visited. The museum and site staff are the friendliest in Greece not the usual grumpy scowling variety we have become accustomed to...More

Thank Phoebusa1453
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