Description

Archaeological Museum

The impressive stone building of Venetian architecture which dominates Syntagma Square was built in 1713 by the Intendant Augustino Sagredo fleet as a warehouse and today houses the Archaeological Museum of Nafplio.

Exhibits from excavations by the Archaeological Service, the Archaeological Society and the Archaeological School as well as some private donations are housed in the rooms of one of the best preserved Venetian buildings in Greece.

The museum's permanent exhibition occupies two floors and the exhibits date from prehistory to the late antiquity. Divided into thematic sections, they highlight the evolution and development of cultures in Argolida over a given time period.

SEASONALITY
Open all year round
WORKING DAYS/HOURS
Tuesday-Sunday: 08.00-15.00
PRICE
€3, €2 (reduced)
ACCESSIBILITY
Yes

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