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Archaeological Museum

Kastro | Hora, Naxos Town, Greece
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See the 6th century BC up close

Though the collection isn't vast, there is plenty on which to feast the eyes in this lovely museum... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Kate V
The Woodlands, Texas
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‘Well worth a visit’

This museum has a rather old-fashioned feel, with presentation barely doing justice to its... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
London, United Kingdom
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The prize of this museum is a white marble figurine that is the earliest example of sculpture in Greece.
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  • Average19%
  • Poor3%
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Kastro | Hora, Naxos Town, Greece
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Though the collection isn't vast, there is plenty on which to feast the eyes in this lovely museum, from 2,600-year-old statues to Cycladic pottery and ancient glass jars. The building itself is beautiful, too, with its whitewashed walls, vaulted ceilings and amazing rooftop. A "must...More

Thank Kate V
Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum has a rather old-fashioned feel, with presentation barely doing justice to its extensive range of objects. These span the years from the second millennium BC to the early Christian era – ranging from pottery and (for me most interesting) early Cycladic statues to...More

Thank Listergate
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum doesn't have the same quantity or quality that you would find in Athens or bigger places, but they had a nice collection for the island. They have a large mosaic and a lot of Mycenean pottery.

Thank DalesM921
Reviewed 19 May 2017

My wife and I love to visit a few museums to gain local history of the areas where we stay and we were glad to visit the Archaeological Museum of Naxos. It's a lovely walk up through the old town of Naxos very close to...More

Thank TKeys13
Reviewed 18 February 2017

At the top of the Old Town's Venetian Castle. it is definitely worth the visit. Millennia of Cycladic history in one place.

Thank Ero F
Reviewed 7 January 2017

This museum is situated in the Old Town of Naxos, just in the centre of it, placed in the rooms of medieval Venetian Castle. The museums is not very modern, but holds many important and interesting exhibits, and its collection of Cycladic art and statue...More

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Reviewed 20 November 2016

I was delighted that during my visit, I was alone and able to enjoy the artifacts without any disturbance be others.

Thank yns_10
Reviewed 15 November 2016

This museum is near the other museums on Naxos in the Castle area. It was very nice and had lots of in tact pottery and figures unlike many other museums in country that had just pieces due to vandalism in years past. I thought this...More

Thank Travelin M
Reviewed 9 October 2016

Some interesting things to see here (e.g., statue of Marc Antony as a god, mosaic floor). The signs to get to the museum say there is an elevator but we couldn't find it. My wife is very keen on Cycladic art which is why we...More

Thank Barry I
Reviewed 2 October 2016

If you only need one reason to visit Naxos, the museum is it. Like many of the Greek Museums I visited, it is small and somewhat tatty, but the collection is unsurpassed. The number of beautiful early Cycladic figurines rivals that of the National Archeological...More

Thank Belgo96
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