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Museums and Archaeological Sites in Greece

Experience the rich and glorious history of Greece through its Cultural Heritage. Archaeological Sites, UNESCO's Monuments, Archaeological, Byzantine and Folklore Museums along with Medieval Castles await you in every corner of Greece to discover them. Here you will find all the necessary information you need to visit them.

Prefecture of Rethymno
Archaeological Museum of Rethymno
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Information:

The Archaeological Museum of Rethymno displays exhibits dating from the Neolithic age up to the Roman period which are perfect examples of the prefecture's cultural history.

 

Tickets:

Full admission: 3€

General admission for adults

 

Reduced admission: 2€

The following visitors are entitled to a reduced admission:

1. Greek Senior citizens and Senior citizens from EU countries, 65 years of age and over, with current identification card

2. Young persons under 18 years of age, from non-EU countries, with current identification card to confirm age

3. Students from Higher Education Institutions, from non-EU countries, with current student identification card or International Student Identity Card

 

FREE admission

The following visitors are entitled to free admission:

1. Young persons under 18 years of age, from EU countries, with current identification card

2. Greek unemployed citizens, with identification card and current unemployment card

3. Visitors with disabilities from EU and non-EU countries

 

Open Hours:

April 1st - October 31st

Tuesday to Sunday 08:00 - 15:00

Monday: Closed

 

Phone: (+30) 28310 54668

 

Get there:

The Archaeological Museum of Rethymnon is located at the end of the road Chimarras, at the Fortezza.

 

People with Disabilities:

People with disabilities do not have easy access to all areas of the Museum.

 

 

Latest update: 13/6/2015

 

Tours

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