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Milos Mining Museum

Adamas 848 01, Greece
+30 2287 022481
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A lot of reading but very interesting and historic.

Im not sure if theres an audio guide but if there is, I wish I would have done that. We spent a... read more

Reviewed 6 December 2017
tahun
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nyc
A perfect small very informative muesum

Wonder small focused museum telling you all about the geology and the mining history of the island... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2017
MikeFo
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Brighton, United Kingdom
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Adamas 848 01, Greece
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+30 2287 022481
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Reviewed 6 December 2017

Im not sure if theres an audio guide but if there is, I wish I would have done that. We spent a good amount of time walking around reading the information for each picture and specimen and exhibit. Its super intersting if you have been...More

Thank tahun
Reviewed 24 October 2017

Wonder small focused museum telling you all about the geology and the mining history of the island from antiquity to the present day, as well as explaining how the island formed. DO take time to go to the basement and listen to the presentation and...More

Thank MikeFo
Reviewed 7 October 2017 via mobile

The museum provides a clear history of mining on Milos. It is well designed and the displays are exemplary in their clarity. Carefully chosen artefacts take one through different eras. In the upstairs gallery the displays on the working of obsidian are fascinating. The films...More

Thank walton_rebecca
Reviewed 6 October 2017

Very Interesting. Found the video of interviews with retired miners fascinating and the hands on nature of some of the displays very good.

Thank BigH-Apollo
Reviewed 3 October 2017

A small entrance fee but it is worth seeing that once upon a time, the island's main income was mining. Very well displayed and easy to walk through the mineral history as well as the geologic and natural heritage of Milos. It is within a...More

Thank hcoumoussis
Reviewed 10 September 2017

This museum tells not only about some of the important history of Milos but also of mining in general. It is very well organized and maintained and is located along the promenade of Adamas, the port of Milos. There is even a free parking space...More

Thank Krasimir K
Reviewed 28 August 2017

In reality this museum does not only show a lot about minerals and mining, but also has a lot to demostrate and explain about the island's history, starting from its geological formation and ending up in its role in ancient and recent years. Worth visiting,...More

Thank MiltIV
Reviewed 2 August 2017

We had a few hours to kill in Adamas on a bit of a windy day so popped into this museum. We were very pleasantly surprised. The information was excellent, the displays were well constructed and we learnt a lot about the mining and geology...More

Thank Lisa H
Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

We went to the museum on are way to the beach. It is not large large but tells you of the history of Milos. The museum does a good job of explaining what was mined on the island and why. We enjoyed it.

Thank Robert L
Reviewed 17 July 2017

A very good experience and travel in time to watch the exploitation of the land of Milos hundreds of years ago till nowadays. Its a must see before or after visiting especially Theiorixia beach in order to understand Milos overall!

Thank Peter V
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