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Nice stop along the way to Lassithi Plateau Such a gorgeous view to enjoy with a lovely cappuccino or a cold refreshment and ofcourse the small museum showing you the existing time of Homo sapiens till now.
Stopped here on way back from the windmills.
The museum is interesting and there is something to learn for everyone.
Would be great with young children and the owners welcome photos to be taken
Had pizza and drink, pizza was enough for 2 people.
Stopped here on the way to the cave of Zeus with my partner and 7-year-old son.
For him, this place was the best thing we did all day.
The exhibition is fairly basic but really accessible for children and the best thing is, they can...More
We found this place while driving to Cave of Zeus from Heraklion.
I also read the other comments and respect is, but from my point of view we have also responsibility to check any purchase.
The is one of the best view in Crete and...More
It is hard to summarize this place accurately but I think elinde2017's review further below is the closest!
We personally loved it - some of it was educational (the windmills), the view was spectacular, the coffee was great and the museum was great in a...More
A very beautiful place to stop on the way from Malia to the Plateau of Lassithi; well worth the visit. The man who built the museum over the years personally greeted us and explained his passion - his Homo Sapien Museum. The entrance price was...More
We stumbled across this place while on holiday in Crete this year. We'd hired a car and drove past this but had to do a quick u turn as it looked really interesting.
Amazing view from the front. But its when you get in that...More
We are an Estonian family with 2 kids staying in Crete for 3 months. The museum was closed but there was an older gentleman working outside. He offered us still to see the exposition, showed us around and demonstrated how the wind powered water pumps...More