Lots of pots and statues. Does not take very long to wander around. Only go if you've some spare time to fill.
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I went there 3 times within 3 days just wanna look the different colours when sun at different hight. And it didn't didn't disappointed me.
Across from the main harbor, overlooking the Aegean see our shore excursion "Mykonos on Foot" included a guide escorted tour for our group of 24 to visit the Mykonos Archaeological Museum. The Museum has an entrance fee of 1 Euro per person and houses pottery...More
Overlooking the Aegean sea, this town offers a lot for touristic eyes. The white colored narrow streets and the famous Paraportiani Church is simply amazing!
Really pretty during sunset, we took many photos here, it has a magical feel to it, cant wait to be back.
This little museum is easily accessed, but check opening times, as it is staffed by volunteers. Once inside, prepare for very detailed displays, especially of cycladic ceramics, some very ancient, showing the development of the region's art through the centuries. The quality is amazing. There...More
An easy walk from the old port, the small museum has a great deal of pottery from the Cyclades which are quite old. Other displays are related to the nearby Island of Delos which was believed to be the birthplace of Apollo. To purify Delos...More
This is a small museum tucked away at the far corner of the port. But it was a nice addition to the museum at Delos. It only takes about an hour if you are leisurely and the cost of a couple of Euros certainly won't...More
A little visited gem of a museum with a fine collection of artefacts from the cyclades in particular grave stelae from the island of Rhenaia. The high spot of the collection is a vase which show the earliest depiction of the fall of Troy including...More
the museum is charming but not as impressive as archaeological museum of delos or rhodos,entry only 2euro op 10-1600 convient for being in the shade waiting between buses because very near northern bus station.