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Archaeological Museum

Kastro | Hora, Naxos Town, Greece
0285/22725
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Its a small museum filled with pottery, sculpture and glass objects from antiquity. Pretty mosaic... read more

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RighterFamily
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Brooklyn, New York
a dusty old museum full of local treasures

I found this delightfully old fashioned and interesting. Full of local finds. Everything is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
UkTrina
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The prize of this museum is a white marble figurine that is the earliest example of sculpture in Greece.
  • Excellent34%
  • Very good42%
  • Average19%
  • Poor3%
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Kastro | Hora, Naxos Town, Greece
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0285/22725
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Reviewed today

Its a small museum filled with pottery, sculpture and glass objects from antiquity. Pretty mosaic on the roof.

Thank RighterFamily
Reviewed 1 week ago

I found this delightfully old fashioned and interesting. Full of local finds. Everything is displayed in traditional cabinets, and looks like it needs a bit of love, but the setting is lovely and the people there helpful

Thank UkTrina
Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum is housed in a very interesting 16th century Jesuit school, where Nikos Kazantzakis was a boarder for some time. Ask the employees to explain where everything was (they are very helpful and knowledgeable). The artefacts are not always well-explained, but there are some...More

Thank Dora T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Like the old National Arch. museum is Athens - small wooden cases, typewritten tags, rooms to get lost in, and stunning bits of history.

Thank mafac
Reviewed 11 July 2017

If you like antiquities and the opportunity to marvel over items that dating back to the third Millenium BC then this is worth a visit. It is inexpensive but had incredible displays mostly collected from digs around Naxos. This is an unpretentious museum with a...More

Thank C C
Reviewed 27 June 2017

This museum is good if you really are interested in archaeologic. We enjoyed it and can recommend it.

Thank Maria S
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

Though the collection isn't vast, there is plenty on which to feast the eyes in this lovely museum, from 2,600-year-old statues to Cycladic pottery and ancient glass jars. The building itself is beautiful, too, with its whitewashed walls, vaulted ceilings and amazing rooftop. A "must...More

Thank Kate V
Reviewed 19 June 2017

This museum has a rather old-fashioned feel, with presentation barely doing justice to its extensive range of objects. These span the years from the second millennium BC to the early Christian era – ranging from pottery and (for me most interesting) early Cycladic statues to...More

Thank Listergate
Reviewed 1 June 2017

The museum doesn't have the same quantity or quality that you would find in Athens or bigger places, but they had a nice collection for the island. They have a large mosaic and a lot of Mycenean pottery.

Thank DalesM921
Reviewed 20 May 2017

My wife and I love to visit a few museums to gain local history of the areas where we stay and we were glad to visit the Archaeological Museum of Naxos. It's a lovely walk up through the old town of Naxos very close to...More

Thank TKeys13
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