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Archaeological Museum of Patras

38-40 Athinon, Patras 264 42, Greece
+30 261 361 6100
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Don;t miss this if you're in the vicinity, and worth a detour too!

This is a modern and spectacular museum, with one of the best presentations of ancient finds that... read more

Reviewed 1 November 2017
Thornton-Le-Dale, United Kingdom
A nice museum to visit

The museum had a lot of exhibits from the mycenean era and the eastern roman era. It is easy to... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2017
Alexandros R
Hannover, Germany
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38-40 Athinon, Patras 264 42, Greece
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Reviewed 1 November 2017

This is a modern and spectacular museum, with one of the best presentations of ancient finds that we have seen in Greece. However, before you go, a visit to Voundeni is essential, as many of the artefacts from that site are on display here. The...More

Thank Fergs85
Reviewed 31 August 2017

The museum had a lot of exhibits from the mycenean era and the eastern roman era. It is easy to reach and has a lot of parking places. The ticket could be a bit cheaper (it was 6 Euro).

Thank Alexandros R
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Ok- one normally goes to Patra to visit relatives go to Olympia or shop -the shopping is good here. Now we have discovered a really cool museum thanks to some local advice. It was impressive and worth a look if in Patra. The entry price...More

1  Thank Moulo
Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

An excellent museum with a great variety if excebitions. Very well organised. Everything definetely worths to be seen

Thank Dionysis T
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

intrestinv place with mozzaiks, old vases, figures and also ceramic lamps with erotic scenes :P its quite small. For students entrance is free. For me after Delphi, Myckens nothing special.

Thank Karolina2424
Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

A great museum in the heart of Patras with excellent archeological pieces.... You travel to ancient Greece through large rooms with almost everything you need to know for the history the living and the social life if ancient times. A museum that it grows day...More

1  Thank Konstantinos F
Reviewed 9 July 2017

When you enter the building you wonder why the ceilings are so high, but soon you realize that there is a runway at the first floor level that allow you to admire the mosaics from there.

Thank Tomàs B
Reviewed 7 July 2017

I was excited to hear that Patras got its own museum. It's a small museum with artefacts from the area. I've been to many museums and I saw things at the Patras Museum that I've not seen before. The artefacts were well displayed but the...More

Thank PensterA64
Reviewed 2 July 2017

A must visit for those who are interested at history and archeology sited at a totaly new , modern and impressive building

Thank anastassiosa
Reviewed 8 May 2017

This museum is only a few years in existence. It displays objects from the Patras area and focuses on very ancient times as well as Roman times as there was a dark period between them of about a millenium when the site was under occupied....More

Thank mjrg59
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