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Archaeological Museum of Delos

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you are in Mykonos you should allow at least an afternoon to visit this archaeological site the birthplace of Apollo.. It is quite impressive. Allow time for the museum and if you can take the afternoon tour so you can enjoy the sunset, in...More

Thank Mike M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's an old museum that really needs an upgrade. Half of the exhibits are unexplained, most are not presented right and there is no air conditioning. The staff is friendly.

Thank PanayiotisCharacter
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

here are what is saved from the ruins of the island long time ago.Interesting place to see the murbles of the island.

Thank Erandi A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Museum is beautifully maintained on that island, though it is quite small. Effort to preserve what has been excavated needs to be applauded.

Thank san572
Reviewed 24 July 2018 via mobile

Some of the descriptions are in French and Greek only but it’s worth seeing. Go after you’ve done a guided tour of the site itself. Some original statues, mosaics and vases are in the museum. Some have been recreated and placed in the site outside.

Thank Netster11
Reviewed 19 July 2018

Why visiting Delos, you must visit the museum. There is not an additional cost and there are many statues and artifacts from this ruined city. The museum is small and won't take you too long to wander through. There are also free bathrooms in the...More

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Reviewed 13 June 2018

Quite a small museum that houses many artefacts from the site, including the original Lions from the ‘Avenue of the Lions’. Being the only public building on the Island it was also a welcome relief to get out of the sun for a while.

Thank Scotty102
Reviewed 10 June 2018

This rather small museum contains items that were excavated on the island of Delos. You can easily go through the museum in about 30 minutes unless you wish to read everything. It's also a good place to get out of the sun for a bit....More

Thank Scott8147
Reviewed 3 June 2018

Nice collection of monuments and so much history . We loved it. My personal favourite was the statute of Artemis.

Thank explorermee
Reviewed 20 May 2018

This is a small and specialist museum dedicated to the relics recovered from Delos, and all around 1700BC. Nicely displayed, watched over by eagle-eyed attendants making sure you don't touch or use flash

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