We really enjoyed going to the museum and learning about Greek Naval history. It is not large, but worth the €3 entrance!
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for 3 Eu you can see a mish mash of nautical items on 2 floors. Some uniforms, some paperwork, some drawings, sample knot boards, and ship figureheads. If you are interested in Greek nautical items it is OK.
This museum offers a look at local maritime history. It features a collection of ship models, uniforms, knots and many photos / old documents. The museum is on 2 levels but can be seen easily in under 45 min. There is not a lot of...More
The Naval maritime museum although it is not famous... people know just the sunset in Oia... is a worthy to visit place. It gives so many informations about the life in the island before it becomes just a tourist destination...
Definitely not an essential visit.Disappointing when compared with similar sized museum on Mykonos .collection of artefacts and pictures poorly labelled.
A little museum,lost in the maze formed by the narrow streets,we found it pretty hard.Many objects linked more or less to marine but nothing really spectacular(naval equipments,common figureheads,scale models,old naval licences and photos,knots models).You need about 30-40 minutes to see all.
Visiting Oia its an amazing experience and you need to spend some time in the Maritime Museum for the sailors history of the Aegean sea about some time ago, enjoy
This museum is filled with junk someone has collected. Some of it is old but it is so poorly labeled you can not tell what is what.
Going into the museum was just an afterthought which turned out to be a very positive choice. A lot to see, a lot to learn. I enjoyed the displays. Wish I would have had time to stay in there longer.
We read the reviews and weren't too excited prior for the Visit, but we changed our minds. While this is not to the scale of other Musuems, it's still interesting to see yester years artifacts..