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Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

Within about 10 minutes’ walk from Aristotelous square, the Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum is a must see, if you want to get a complete picture of the city's rich history.

The building which houses the museum, designed by the architect Patroklos Karantinos, was inaugurated in 1962 and is one of the foremost examples of modern Greek architectural trends.

During your visit in the museum you will have the opportunity to admire up close its eight permanent exhibitions –Prehistorical Macedonia, Towards the Birth of the Cities, Macedonia from the 7th century BC to the Late Antiquity, Thessaloniki-Metropolis of Macedonia, The Gold of Macedon, Field-House-Garden-Grave, Memory in Stone, Macedonia-From Fragments to Pixels.

Inside the museum you will also find cafe Antique, where you can have a delightful break.

SEASONALITY
Open all year round
WORKING DAYS/HOURS
Daily: 08.00-20.00 (12 April- 11 November), 09.00-16.00 (12 November- 31 March)
PRICE
€4 (1 November- 31 March), €8, €4 (reduced)

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