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The museum is worth checking out even though some of the originals are not here (the death mask of Agamemnon is in Athens, as well as other items). The price is included in the ticket to the site, so if you have some time to...More
My wife and I were here on a Globus tour. We had just finished with the site and came here, before continuing on to Epidaurus.
There's a lot to see in the museum, but to be honest ...
after a while, they all start to...More
Climbing the hill and entering the place through the Gate of the Lions affected me deeply. The at the Mycenae archaeological site near Mykines in Argolis is some 20 kilometers from the Mediterranen se and you get a glimpse of it from the hill rising...More
Most of the objects found from the Mycenae and Epidauros sites have been placed here in a small, compact and well laid out museum. Everything is well labelled and there are plenty of informative guides on things like coinage, amphorae and objects found in burial...More
After a couple of hours visiting Mycenae, the museum made a welcome break and we enjoyed the cool atmosphere as we admired the exhibits. An excellent introduction to the art of the Mycenaean civilisation.
Well designed, well laid out and artifacts well labeled. Takes you through ancient time lines of the region and its inhabitants. Very interesting and definitely worth a visit if you are interested in Greek History. I suppose even if you are not it’s never too...More
When visiting Mycenae, visit the museum first to get an overview of the ancient site. You can also see a replica of the amazing gold mask that was believed to be the face of Agamemnon (until carbon-dating proved otherwise). After the museum head up to...More
By the time we reached Mycenae, we had seen so many amazing museums in Italy and Greece I think I was a little jaded. The museum housed some great pieces and amazing archeological finds, but for some reason I didn't find it as interesting as...More