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At the top end of the 'Spaniada', Corfu Town's central park area, stands the Palace of St Michael and St George. This is the most significant building from the period of English rule and was originally built as the luxury residence of the then...more
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Before you leave Corfu town make sure you pay a visit to the museum. There are numerous objects of interest from around the world, worth spending an hour or two here to fully appreciate the collection.
Very interesting collections, diverse, a lot of history. I spent a delightful afternoon here. My one concern was that some exhibits were difficult to see because of poor lighting, perhaps for conservation purposes. But there was a lot to enjoy and to learn from. My...More
If your in the old town of Corfu I would recommend this museum, the place is a good size with loads to see and do, lots of different Arts, Pottery, Jewelry and lots more. It will take you a good few hours to get round...More
So many prices to view. The museum has air conditioning and seats are placed throughout which is appreciated as it can take a long time to view everything. The building itself is beautiful both inside and out.
For €6 you get a good insight into the historical timeline & context for the exhibits which are also stunning. On my visit there were at least two private collections to view. Good air conditioning. Lots of space. Excellent loos. A pleasant interlude especially at...More
After I have lived in Asia for many years I am not too easily impressed by Asian art Collections, but this one was great! Also as a carpet collectior, I really enjoyed the carpet Collection from Central Asia on the 2nd floor.