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Very interesting to see the way sport and competition evolve over time, museum present the Ancient Greek time. Beautiful statues and didactical explanations of the creation and evolution of the Olympic Games!
This museum was underwhelming after visiting the Olympia Archaeological Museum, which is walking distance away. Many, if not most, of the items in this museum are reproductions, including the Discobolus. The only reason It is getting 3 stars from me is because it was free...More
Afew metres away from the main archeologica dig is the museum. After aqcouple of hours in the crippling heat the museum is super cool and a welco0me finish to the day. The exhibits are well presented and described in English
My husband and I visited the Museum of the Olympic Games during a stop to Olympia on our Mediterranean Cruise. We were fortunate enough to visit the area with a tour guide name Helen, who was so passionate about the area and its history, that...More
fun and overwhelming at times
we parked on street and did the meter thing- just have to walk abit more, but not crazy walk
outside is good so do not miss.
i would say two hours- we did not have backup until school groups came...More
If you visit this site, you'll remember it every four years for life. Took a train there from Athens and at the last stop on the train, which was at the top of the hill overlooking all of Olympia, had just enough time to run...More