Great place to visit. We went on a weekday (Wednesday) and it was virtually empty. The history of Thessaloniki laid out in chronological order. My only complaint was that the museum shop didn't have any guides in English.
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One realizes the centrality of Thessaloniki to the history of today's Greece and beyond. It makes the city one of Europe's best kept tourism secrets.
This place is a must visit.It contains all the history of Thessaloniki since before christ till the Otoman era.I love it
This is one of the most sorted and comprehensive museums I have ever been to ! Loved the peaceful and clean artefacts’ display. Thank You !!
Thessaloniki was the second most important city of the byzantine empire. Despite the catastrophe of the 20th century the feeling of the significance of the city is seen everywhere in the city center. The museum provides a trip back in time to visitor.
The restaurant of the museum is just amazing. A very classy place to have diner, the food is delicious. I recommande the mushrooms risotto, it's awesome! And the service is very professional and the welcoming really warm.
I visited this museum as part of a group tour in September. We spent 2 hours there and you need at least that much time to see everything properly. The museum boasts a wonderful collection and it's easily laid out. There aren't really any stairs...More
We were excited about this museum but it was the one place in Greece where we were confronted with rude staff. Reception staff spoke no English and when we lined up at the bag check ignored us for ages. When we finally managed to get...More
Beautiful building with outstanding collection. It brings to life what it was like during this period and how similar people are even now. It showed make up and hair braided styles similar to now ! It uses grave archeology to show artefacts that people had...More
Beautiful building with a diverse collection of Byzantine art. The place was spacious. You need at least a couple of hours to see everything. You may buy a 15 Euro ticket that lasts for three days and gives you entry into the Archeological museum and...More