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Excellently organised museum showing the Royal Tombs around the era of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great. Arrangement is very good and artefacts and tomb structures excellent, just be aware that the lighting level is inevitably very low so take care! Gives an excellent...More
This is really one of the hidden off-road stops that culture lovers need to make.
Well established facility. Very well preserved artifacts that are presented in a state of the art facility. One needs to look up and do a bit of back ground reading...More
This place is a must see for all Greeks and for visitors. The king Phillip B was the father of Alexander the Great. You can see the entrance of his Tomb as well as the Tomb of Alexander’s son , Alexander IV. Perhaps the most...More
The museum is uniquely constructed around the royal Macedonian tombs. Instead of constructing a building the museum has embraced the four royal tombs including the more majestic one believed to be of Philip the second. It is definitely worth visiting. The visit takes about an...More
One of the most impressive places I have ever seen in my life! Just imagine you see the stuff people made and used more than 2300 years ago! Tou will see the real tombs of Philip II and the son of Alexander the Great (...More
I have been to a wide range of ancient museums throughout Greece and Egypt however this particular museum is very unique. The museum was very dark and the lighting was focused on individual artefacts. This layout by the use of lightning really emphasises the significance...More