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Ancient Shipwreck Museum

Inside Kyrenia Castle, Kyrenia, Cyprus
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Amazing to see such an old shipwreck😊

Located within Kyrenia Castle, the Shipwreck Museum displays a cargo boat which sank just off... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Traveller T
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Unique Museum

This museum is situated inside the Kyrenia Castle. You can see a shipwreck of a trading ship that... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
JanitaCzech
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Inside Kyrenia Castle, Kyrenia, Cyprus
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Located within Kyrenia Castle, the Shipwreck Museum displays a cargo boat which sank just off Kyrenia some 2300 years ago.

Thank Traveller T
Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum is situated inside the Kyrenia Castle. You can see a shipwreck of a trading ship that is 2300 years old. It sunk after a pirate attack, it was sunken for centuries and found in 1967 by a local diver. The ship carried wine,...More

Thank JanitaCzech
Reviewed 1 week ago

Fantastic to see something so well preserved. The museum was well organised and had a large number of exhibits.

Thank linandmark
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Although the ship is 300bc it is not enough to make a museum out of it. There is not enough relevant information and it's a large walk in the blistering heat to get to. Wouldn't go again

Thank Jason T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic day out with the family & the shipwreck is awe to look at! Believe to be the world oldest shipwreck on display so DONT MISS IT OUT!

Thank silverbackno1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is hidden inside the main courtyard of Kyrenia Castle, it is a couple of large rooms showing the shipwreck of an old vessel transporting wine to Cyprus. The wreck itself is very old and is worth a look as are the other bits and...More

Thank crazyjim799
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

This shipwreck museum is within the Kyrenia castle and although small, the kids lived looking at the ancient wreck and other finds. It's very dark and cold inside which is s great relief from the heat!

Thank Fiona G
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

It locates inside the kyrenia castle so you have to pay entrance fee. After your first leg of your tour you can reach this point. I have to warn you about what a small entrance was that. Only one person can climb stairs at a...More

Thank Xaryarkus M
Reviewed 4 July 2017

The shipwreck Museum is situated inside the Castle and is quite small. As well as the shipwreck there are a few artefacts to look at. I would not make a special trip to here, your done looking in 15 minutes.

Thank Mark-and-Angela-2016
Reviewed 21 June 2017

Only went to see and explore the Castle but came across this gem. Amazed that they have salvaged the remains of this ship dating back to 300 BC. An assortment of artefacts are well displayed. Certainly worth a visit.

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