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Archaeological Museum of Andros

Kairis Sq., Andros Town, 845 00, Greece
0282/23664
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Worth your 30 minutes

This small archeological museum located a the small square at the end of the pedestrianised Main... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2016
OTT12
,
London
Small but nice

A very small museum with very interesting pieces. I really enjoyed this as it was not an overload... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2016
Kate-Giambanis
,
Medford, New Jersey
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  • Excellent35%
  • Very good44%
  • Average9%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible12%
3 Sep 2016
“Worth your 30 minutes”
20 Jul 2016
“Small but nice”
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Kairis Sq., Andros Town, 845 00, Greece
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0282/23664
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Reviewed 3 September 2016

This small archeological museum located a the small square at the end of the pedestrianised Main Street in Chora, is well worth a visit. The problem though is the fact that I believe it's only open twice a week, and that in high season, Friday...More

Thank OTT12
Reviewed 20 July 2016

A very small museum with very interesting pieces. I really enjoyed this as it was not an overload of information.

Thank Kate-Giambanis
Reviewed 17 October 2015

We visited to see the torso of Artemis....but found the museum very interesting. With one of the most important exhibits of the museum being the Hermes of Andros - the most important homonymous Hellenistic copy of Peraxiteles.... Great for people who love Greek history...like me.

Thank Angela H
Reviewed 13 September 2015

very interesting place! It express the history continuity of the place since 3.000 years ago! Placed in Chora, the cpital of Andros.

Thank Meletis T
Reviewed 9 April 2015

we did not expected to see a museum of that calibre to an island. We were really impressed. very interesting items and the personnel very informative.

Thank ester m
Reviewed 3 December 2014 via mobile

located in the middle of the city the museum offers a vatiaty of items found in the island and also a bit of its history, worth visiting.

Thank yannoma
Reviewed 20 August 2014

Very interesting little museum, if you wanna go deeply in the history of this beautiful island, go there. It's in the main square of chora Andros.

Thank Giovanni B
Reviewed 5 December 2013

- Location: Central. - Atmosphere: Hot and airless. - Duration of visit: 15-20 minutes. - Antiquities description: All antiquities have a description next to them. - Museum shop: A small shop where you can buy books and postcards. -Recommendation: Make a confirmation call to ensure...More

1  Thank olympus h
Reviewed 7 September 2013

Pleasant museum with interesting material. Somewhat airless--would be helpful to have the windows opened.

Thank Laura P
Reviewed 5 September 2013

Make sure you know the correct opening hours before you get there. I had checked the opening hours at the Internet, and the information was wrong!!! So, unfortunately I didn’t had the chance to visit the museum, since I only went to Hora once (it...More

Thank mLouisa12
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